It is hard to believe that we are already at the start of February. This week has involved bus stops, physical geographical features and still life paintings. Read onto find out more…
In Maths this week Year 3 have been learning how to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number using short multiplication. They have also looked at dividing a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with both flexible partitioning and remainders. Can you answer this question with your grown up?
Year 4 have multiplied a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number using the short method of multiplication. They then got their brains working looking at the bus stop method. We carried out questions involving both no exchanging and exchanging and remainders. Can you explain this question to your grown up and see if you can complete it?
In English we have completed our unit on Historical Narrative stories by writing our Hot Write and editing it using our toolkit.
We have looked at and researched the physical geographical features of Iceland in our Topic lessons this week. We thought about where some of the physical features are in Iceland, what they are and what the countries physical features are like overall.
In Art we are carrying on with our light and dark unit. We created a still life painting using some of the techniques we learned last week for how to create texture and shading. Definitely some budding artists in the mix!
We finished off the week with our Times Table Rockstar day. The children had a super day doing lots of Times Table themed activities. They all really threw themselves into the theme and looked brilliant!
We also shared our favourite story books as it was National Storytelling week this week. Have a look at some of the stories which are our favourites below.
Have a lovely weekend