Lots of planning has taken place this week so that we will be super ready to write our own version of Stone Age Boy next week. We have changed details in the original story to make the new text our very own creation. Some of us have decided to include a futuristic time-slip, whereas the rest of us have included a time-slip back in time. It has been fantastic to see some of the children using historical facts from previous learning, such as World War II and even back to Year 2’s topic, The Great Fire of London, for their setting.
We continue to work hard in maths with fractions. This week the focus has been equivalent fractions and the children have put in a great effort to understanding how, for example, 4/12 is equivalent to 1/3. We then applied our learning to solving problems. See below:-
We have investigated how animals in Stone Age Britain adapted to survive in their changing environment. Ask your children!
Our Champion of the Week is Luke because of his super positive attitude. He is always willing to listen to advice and make improvements to his work. Keep it up, Luke!