We had another amazing World Book Day this year! 🙂 As we had a farm theme, we had lots of fun on the playground looking at farm animals, learning a barn dance and welly wanging! Our quality text was Black Beauty, written by Anna Sewell, which we read in the morning… and even had the enjoyment of watching some of the DVD with popcorn!In the afternoon, we each created a new book cover for Black Beauty and wrote a short blurb to summarise the story.
In RE, we have reflected on the beauty of nature around the world and created a piece of artwork inspired by everything we have learned regarding stewardship and taking care of our environment. We listened to Louis Armstrong’s song ‘What a Wonderful World’ as we expressed our own interpretations of Earth’s beauty.
We had great fun before half-term evaluating Chinese food and creating our own Spring rolls. We used a variety of techniques: the bridge and claw cutting techniques, peeling, grating, combining flavours and constructing the spring rolls. Then we enjoyed eating them and evaluating the final product.
We have been learning about different religious creation stories and the importance of caring for the wonderful world we live in. As part of our RE lesson this week, we looked at the consequences caused on the world if we don’t look after the environment. We considered ways of preventing global warming and decided to make a positive contribution ourselves. Here we are picking up litter around school 😀🚮