Over the past three of weeks 1G have been working on their fruit kebabs. Our first step was to design the fruit kebab. We chose the fruits we would put on them and which order they would be in. Next we used this design to make a prototype of our fruit kebab. We used coloured card and skewers and we were careful to follow it exactly. For the final stage we made the kebabs out of fresh fruit and skewers following the prototype.
We are now ready for our ‘Memorable Event’. We will make the fruit kebabs with our parents and carers on Thursday 7th July at 3:45 in 1G’s classroom.
We look forward to seeing our parents and carers there!
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The mat challenge was pretty tricky at first, but we soon got the hang of it!
We were lucky with the weather and managed to get all the races run. My favourite race was the dressing up relay : )
Thanks to all the parents and carers who made it along after lunch for the year group races.
Painting our selfish portraits
In Class we have been painting our self-portraits with powder paints it was fun .
A self- portraits is a portrait of your self.
First we had to draw our self-portraits in chalk than we mixed are powder panted and when we made are skin cougar we panted it onto are page after that we panted the hear coluar than are neck colar than we finished.
This week in 1G we have been doing lots of exciting activities in the afternoon.
Children have been very busy on the Junk Modelling table making the strawberry fields we explored on our educational visit to Stonepitts Farm last week. We have been making a painting of the life Cycle of a French climbing bean using ICT. On the Writing Table we have been making a wanted poster for the elephant from Handa’s Surprise. Some children have been playing customers and shop keepers in the Farm Shop. In our Book Corner there is always time to share a story with a friend. We have all made a prototype of the fruit kebab we have designed and will make next week.
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KS1 7th July 9:30 am at school
KS2 29th June 1pm at Goldsmiths University playing fields.
Your child will have brought Sports Day letters home in their book bags.
You can also access them here:
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