Well done to everyone who participated in our Spring Term projects. Your work was lovely and of very high quality. I enjoyed our carnival celebration with parents!
Even though we worked hard on those projects, we must not forget about our Knowledge Organisers. You have been set a challenge this upcoming week to show me what you know on the blog by posting some facts about Weather, Climate & Brazil from your Knowledge Organisers. Why don’t you ask a question for a friend to answer?
In addition to this, maybe you could answer these questions:
What is the capital of Brazil?
Define the word ‘climate’
What climate zone is Brazil in?
Tell me two countries that border Brazil.
If you cannot find your Knowledge Organiser, click on the picture to enlarge it!
On Friday, we are visiting Perlethorpe as part of our topic learning. During the trip, we will be learning more about wind, sunshine, clouds, weather and climate and even more.
Even though we have already started to look at some of these in our class learning, I would like you to read your knowledge organiser before the trip, so we can really show the staff at Perlethorpe how much we know already! Post on here any facts or any questions that we could ask.
This week, we have been playing some fun games in maths to help us with our 4x times tables (Scarlett kindly offered to be the ‘quiz master’ and wore the basket on her head!) What has been your favourite game we have played this week? Could you think of a way we could adapt our games to get even quicker at recalling those important facts?
Also, in our RE learning, we have been looking at Puja, the Hindu form of worship. Can you tell me a key word that you learned from this session? Or even a question that you could ask others to answer?
This week, we launched our new topics ‘Weather & Climate and Brazil.’
We looked at the words ‘precipitation and climate zones’ during our topic launches. Can you clarify these words?
Also, have any of your questions about our topic been answered so far? Think back to our lesson on Tuesday when we talked about the word ‘continent’. If not, maybe you could post a question about something we learned so far for someone else to answer?