Well, we have certainly had a bizarre week with the snow this week but what an exciting time!
This week we have completed our learning on poems! We have linked this learning to the current weather and taken the opportunity to explore winter. We created a bank of adjectives and verbs to describe the snow and snowflakes as they flutter to the ground and using these, created some outstanding poems.
We have also had a real push on Spelling Shed, applying our phonics and spelling strategies to support our spelling and looked in detail at red tricky words to help with our writing.
In maths this week we have continued to look at direction and position. We have included turns into our learning and again, using our current weather we create a path that a snowflake would travel to get to the ground. Oak Class then describe the position, direction and the turns that the snowflake would take!
In the afternoons we have been using our knowledge that we have learned this year to help us. We have made observations about the seasonal changes that have taken place (especially this week) and used this knowledge to link to our maths learning. We looked at the different months of the year and which months link to the different seasons.
We have used our art skills and looked at primary colours to help us create our own winter artwork.
A huge well done for all the hard work that has happened this year. I hope you have a lovely winter break and I am looking forward to seeing you all in 2023!