R3 loved the story Super Daisy and the Peril of Planet Pea. We had our own invasion of peas in the classroom and we got creative with them! We explored our own bodies and the wonderful things they can do. We took part in three challenges testing our jumping, running speed and balance. We thought about what we need to put into our bodies considering healthy and unhealthy food.
Following our challenges we were all given a medal for our efforts. We were all heroes!
Designing healthy meals to make sure our bodies are fit and healthy!
We looked at olympic podiums and designed a few of our own.
This one is set for the stars!
Using peas to help us with our doubles.
It helped us when we came to draw our own.
Matching the correct amount of peas to the numbers.
We had to cut in circles to create our own peas.
Using our fine motor skills to tweezer the peas into the holes.
They were tricky to pick up but we did well!
We explored how to free the peas from the ice.
We really had to work together.
It was hard work but we all persevered!
Making our own pea people!
Don't they look fantastic!
R2 had so much fun reading Super Daisy and the Peril of Planet Pea this week!
We worked ours hands and brains hard...
We counted the peas into the numicon.
We tried to free the frozen peas!
We then enjoyed playing and exploring with the peas.
We worked together to make lots of different puzzles.
We created our own peas from Planet Pea.
We have great cutting skills!
We had to use our fingers to fold the legs.
We concentrated hard!
Do you like our peas?
We worked our hands and fingers hard...
Creating super capes.
It was tricky but...
lots of fun!
Do you like our capes?
We made a jail for the naughty peas!
We designed our own super hero masks.
We used peas from planet peas to work out our doubles.
R1 have explored the factors that affect physical health and well-being. This includes health-promoting behaviours such as physical activity, including sport and balanced diet. Talking of food, we read Super-Daisy and thought about peas as we have never done so before. We further explored Real Life Superheroes and investigated like detectives, exploring the tools and clothes people need for their caring jobs. Through scientific enquiry and discovery, we were challenged to be curious and to question, to think critically and to reflect upon evidence. An enquiring mind stimulates new and creative thinking, through which learners can gain a deeper understanding. This has been a very busy four day week!
Our Little Rays of Sunshine and a celebration of living out the integral skills
Freeze the peas
We created our role play area, influenced a little by Mr Benn
Bonds to 10, together everyone achieves more
Symmetry and doubles
Number bonds to 10 and role play resources
We can identify the line of symmetry...ask us to show you!
Strong bonds and Number Bonds
Highly motivated learners
Art and Maths
Mathematicians exploring, making mistakes and learning together
Maps can inspire and for some it became a passion!
Real Life Superheroes
Having fun finding out
Having fun finding out
Celebrating our successes
Who? Where? When? What?
Discovering the real life super hero specifics
Working together and challenging our friends
Measuring using a stopwatch
Digital technology outside
Metre sticks and cones to measure distance
Increasing the challenge
Measuring the number of drops
Measuring laps in a minute
Zero to Hero
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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