17.12.20 Today we recapped our knowledge of fire safety and had a visit from Mr Smith who helped us recreate the Great Fire of London!
🎵 London’s burning, London’s burning! Fetch the engines, fetch the engines...
Friday 11.12.20 - Year 2 - Observational Drawing of a Tudor House from the Great Fire of London
4.12.20 - Sketching St. Paul's Cathedral.
01.12.20 We used paper to create collages of London in 1666
London’s burning singalong 🎶
20.11.20 Today we designed and created Tudor houses ✂️📦✏️
19.11.20 To explore materials and absorbency 💧 🥼
10.11.20 Today we made worry dolls ! 🧦✂️🧵
03.11.20 Why is fire important?
15.10.20 Who was Thomas Edison? 💡
Light and dark art work 💡🕯using chalk.
14.10.20 How do you make shadows?
08.10.20 Naming and identifying different materials 🥼🥽
06.10.20 Are you afraid of the dark? 🔦💡🕯
Superb descriptive writing in Year 2 all about what is under the sea 🌊 🦈 🐙 🐠 🐟
Tasting Scottish 🏴 shortbread and trying to find the Loch Ness Monster this afternoon.
How many teeth does a shark have?
Have you seen the Loch Ness monster?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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