Science Investigation. The children have been learning about what animals eat and we decided to investigate the differences between what a carnivore, herbivore and omnivore eats. The school was provided with some special 'samples' to dissect. We carefully observed what was in each sample then matched it to the correct Australian animal that could have produced it. Don't worry -these samples weren't real and were made in Mrs Hopwood's kitchen!
Science - labelling parts of a plant
Field Maple have been learning about the Caribbean Sea as part of World Ocean Day.
Design and Technology - Moving pictures using levers and sliders
Computing - programming, understanding algorithms and debugging a sequence of instructions
Handwriting - the class are learning to reflect on their handwriting by "tickling pink" their best efforts and circling "green for growth" the letter or word that could be improved.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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