Wow! Look at Kingfishers' new interests.
This week Kingfishers have been extremely creative and have continued to work hard on all of their home learning activities. Miss Hamilton has been so impressed with all of the children’s wonderful work and has been amazed by all of the new activities they have tried and the new interests they have shared.
In maths this week we have been learning lots of new methods to help us to find fact families as well as exploring measurement. We have enjoyed hunting around our houses to find items that are longer and shorter than 1 metre. Some of us have even measured members of our family!
What was the longest and shortest item that you found?
Muhammad has been using his computing skills to explore symmetrical and asymmetrical patterns. Can you work out which of his patterns is symmetrical? How do you know?
In English this week we met a new 8 tentacled friend…. a jolly and adventurous octopus to ignite our imaginations. Sharan has written a terrific story about her adventures with her secret friend.
What do you like about Sharan's story?
Whilst we have have been at home, Kingfishers have found their aprons, paintbrushes and pencils, and have got creative by trying out, and developing lots of new interests.
What new things will you try next week?
Keep up the fantastic work Kingfishers! Miss Hamilton is really excited to see what activities you get up to next week. Remember to send your learning to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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