Explorer Class Zoom Meeting 13/11/2020
Emails have been sent home to all parents with the Zoom link. The call will start at 10:30 on Friday morning.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them tomorrow!
I look forward to seeing you all
12/11/2020 maths lesson
To play the times tables snakes and ladders you will need:
A couple of sheets of paper,
A counter for each person playing,
A printed out snakes and ladders board.
When you are ready to start the game, the same rules as a normal snakes and ladders game apply, however, when you land on a new square you need to answer that calculation either in your head or by drawing pictures to help you. Other players must check your answer before you move on!
Feel free to email me pictures of you playing, I'd love to see who wins!
FULL HOUSE JAR TREAT!
Explorer class all voted to have a bike and scooter afternoon as their class treat!
The children had great fun riding around the playground and when getting into teams to race against one another! It was fabulous to see all the children enjoying themselves after all the extremely hard work they have been putting in this half term since having such a long time off!
Marwell School trip 9/10/2020
As a class we had the most awesome day at Marwell Zoological park. We managed to see so many animals including the illusive snow leopard and pygmy marmosets! We were able to share all of our knowledge with the Zoologists in our adaptation and evolution workshops!
Even getting caught in the rain added an extra funny memory of the day and seeing how the animals adapted to the rain.
Explorer stars of the week (02.10.2020)
Well done to Darcie and Noah!
Darcie was chosen for always being super helpful around the classroom and Noah was chosen because of his superb postcard to Sunny!
Here they can be seen tipping the masses of house gems earned from lockdown into their house jars!
As a class, we have been thoroughly enjoying looking at different types of biomes. We have learnt about some whacky adaptations that some animals and plants have! For example, camels can go 2 weeks without water as the can live off the preserves in their humps!
Throughout the week, we have been planning and writing our postcode to Sunny the Meerkat, offering advice to the best location for his holiday! Most children agreed that the desert was the best place for him to visit as his adaptations meant that he would be able to survive there- not to mention all the scrumptious scorpions he would be able to munch on! Many children also pointed out that this biome would be perfect for Sunny to use his very own 'make do' sun glasses!
Additionally, in maths, we have all worked so hard to secure our place value knowledge before we move on to addition and subtraction next week!