We read the story of the Gentle Giant by Michael Morpugo and had fun trying to predict what happened next in the story. Some of our predictions were right! We then created our own storyboards to tell the story.
Gaelic training starting on Monday 24th February . Please wear your blue tracksuit and suitable footwear every Monday and Tuesday .
.We welcomed five baby bunnies into our class last week - they were gorgeous!! Thanks, Tom and Elisha, for bringing them in to see us!
We are learning about cave paintings. 17,000 years ago cavemen painted marvellous and astonishing paintings on rock walls deep within caves. A cave might have hundreds of different paintings of animals and hunters. They used soil and dry rock mixed with water to make paint. The painters drew stick figures for people and animals such as the horse, the ox and the deer. The paintings tell us a lot about the early people and their lives.
The caves of Lascaux in France were found in 1940 by four children looking for their dog. Enjoy our 'virtual tour' through the cave and see how many paintings you can see on the walls!
This week we read a story about the Billy Goats Gruff.
There were three billy goats who wanted to cross the bridge to eat the green grass in the field on the other side. But the nasty troll who lived under the bridge would not let them cross until daddy billy goat pushed him into the river!