BIRCH - Y3/Y4
World Book Week
Fieldwork in School Grounds
First we washed our hands. What we did was give the potatoes an extra wash just to make sure they were clean. After that we cooked them for ten minutes in the microwave in the staff room. In that ten minutes we got the things ready to put on our jacket potatoes. We also got things for our salad. I had tuna and sweetcorn on my jacket, but on my salad I had cucumber, red grapes and the leftover sweetcorn from my jacket.
Before we put anything on, we had to cut things, wash things and make them an appropriate size.
We were following the Eatwell Plate. By Libby.
Art - Making Stonehenge Sunsets
Making Bell Beaker Style Prehistoric Pots
Finding 4 Figure Grid References
We have been doing some Stone Age activities in class.
I like drawing Stone Age people. The best bit was that it was dark, so it was a bit challenging. Libby.
What I liked about building Stonehenge with Jenga blocks was that it looked like the real thing. It didn’t look like the real thing with custard creams! Maille.