LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL!
In Term 5 we will be learning about the structure of plants and trees and what they need to grow well. We will be engaging in a variety of activities including identifying common plants and trees in the garden and in the wild, sorting deciduous and evergreen leaves, and making our own labelled plant collage pictures. We will be planting beans and observing them closely over the term by measuring and recording their growth.
This term we are going to be learning all about different marine species, their habitats and how pollution affects them. We will be meeting a marine conservationist who has worked with marine mammals and fish all over the world and will be making our own 'shark journals' based on our recent interest in sharks!
This term we will be learning all about houses and homes, studying the work of L.S Lowry, looking at how to build the strongest house whilst looking at the properties of, and classifying different materials, and retelling the stories 'Stone Soup' and 'The three little pigs'.
We have had a great week in Year One, learning about invitation and poster writing, counting in two's, five's and ten's, classifying different dinosaurs into carnivore's, herbivore's and omnivore's, and researching Mary Seacole, and the work that she carried out during the Crimean war. We finished with our dinosaur party which Year Two joined us for!
This week we have been sharing the story of 'Dinosaurs Love Underpants', and using non-fiction books to find out information about Dinosaurs.