Owls in action!
Week 2 of home learning. Scroll down to see what the busy Owls have been up to…
Keeping in touch…
Your challenge this week is to write a letter to the class (see Owls home learning page).
I am so pleased, many of you are taking the time to write to the class – please read them below:
Tuesday 31st March
Bertie challenging himself by beginning with 957!
Cassie’s been making cakes.
Lily has made a secret message using Viking runes…
…and painted a picture of the Viking god Sif.
Monday 30th March
Annabel has been practising decimal addition.
Gracie has some help from a furry friend.
Martha has been hard at work with maths and with conjunctions.
A rainbow in the window wasn’t good enough for Rosie. After reading and maths, she made a beautiful, huge rainbow cake!!
Can you read the secret message written using Viking rune biscuits by Henry?
Read Martha’s work on Viking gods – great use of computing skills as well Martha!
VIKING GODS by Martha
Gracie has been busy finding soluble and insoluble materials.
An impressive recording table from Bertie.
Ethan busy raiding the kitchen cupboard.
Millie Neser recording her work.
Ethan planting is seeds.
‘Newt going on here!’ Look what Ethan found whilst in the garden!
Sonny’s been planting onions.
Alexander’s facts about sunflowers.
Annabel and Cleo.
Susan has measured ingredients to make lip scrub. She halved the ingredients as well. We’d love the instructions Susan!
Gracie baking a yummy cake with a little help from Freddie.
Henry has been busy making buns and cookies!
As well as maths and reading, the Twites found time to make flapjacks.
In between maths, writing and research, Millie found time to estimate and make patterns with playdoh!
Bertie concentrating to make his cookies.
Lemon and sultana cupcakes for Lily’s dad’s birthday (Hope we haven’t ruined the surprise!)
The Farrow family making their own lunch.
Magnificent meringues by Annabelle.
Susan made risotto for the family diner.
Florence making (and testing) some delicious buns.
Ethan researching Vikings gods.
What a great way to present the information.
Annabelle using her imagination for a Viking god based on a Disney character!
Millie N has written an Anglo Saxon diary.
Jonathan has completed his suspense story.
Sonny has made a fab poster about Viking gods.
Harry has been researching animals and has produced a wonderful picture with facts – click on the link below!
Harry G – animal picture
Sophia has written some fab instructions on how to look after a rabbit (or 3!) Click on the link to get some great tips!
Sophia Aldis – how to look after a Rabbit
Henry has finished his guided reading book ‘Running Wild’ and has written a great book review. Click on the link below.
Annabel and Cleo have written their own movie called ‘Black Shadow’. Cleo is the star of the film and Annabel is the director, and there’s a little help from Daddy for the camera work.
After maths and science, Samuel has been busy creating a Viking battle out of lego and clay. The Vikings are coming to invade! A deceased Viking is being sent to Valhalla, and he also made Thor’s hammer and brooch out of lego.
Richard has been doing some tablet weaving which is a technique the Vikings would have used. Look at what he has produced…WOW well done Richard. If anyone else would like to have a go, follow this video link: https://youtu.be/0l1YvshQKF0
The final product!! Great work Richard.
Gracie getting sticky making a Viking brooch.
In home art lesson, Lily has made a pair of beautiful Viking brooches.
After maths and English, Leah has been busy crafting. She even designed a badge and logo for her ‘home school’.
Annabelle learning to draw using the internet to help.
Bertie making an impressive Viking longship.
Toby working hard to complete his shoe box world.
The Battles hunting for fossils and treasure under a fallen tree. Could this be the start of a magnificent story?
Louie released some energy after a morning of maths and English. He tried to do as many ‘keepy uppies’ as possible! I wonder how many he did?!
A magnificent jump on the trampoline…might try this later!!