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Paua Shell 4

Monday 16th October – Friday 20th October 2017

 

In English lessons this week, we have been learning about Explanation texts.

 

We used our computing time to supplement both our Geography and English lessons; we used the Internet to research how a volcano is formed and made careful notes in preparation for our own explanation.

 

 

 

Paua and Angelfish classes joined to do some buddy reading. We had a great time sharing our books and taking turns to read to each other

 

 

                                 

 

Monday 9th October – Friday 13th October 2017

 

Well done to all the children in Paua class who took part in the Summer reading challenge!

 

 

As part of our science topic on 'Sound', we have designed and made our own musical instrument. Our aim was to try and ensure we could change the pitch of our instrument. We have had great fun designing, making and evaluating our finished instruments.

 

 

                                    

 

Monday 2nd October – Friday 6th October 2017

 

In Paua class this week, we have had a lot of fun particularly in maths lessons where we learnt how to use a compass to draw circles. We have also been learning about the properties of 2D and 3D shapes, using the correct vocabulary of faces, edges and vertices.

 

 

 

 

                                 

 

Monday 25th September – Friday 29th September 2017

 

We have been enjoying our work about Image Poetry, particularly writing our own verses.

We looked at 'The Sound Collector' by Roger McGough and then had a go at writing our own verses in the same way. We then performed these to the rest of the class.

 

 

 

Jeans for Genes day beach activity.

 

Paua 4 took a trip to Old Leigh beach to create Jeans for Genes sand sculptures. Each group were each given a pair of jeans and a simple brief;

 

 Free creativity to make a their own sand sculpture from the jeans they were provided with, whilst including other natural materials found on the beach.

 

The children had a great time working as a team and being completely free to create their own visions from their local environment.

 

A lovely morning was had by all.

 

 

 

 

                                 

 

Monday 18th September – Friday 22nd September 2017

 

This week in English, Paua class have been learning about similes and adjectives. We have looked at the poem 'The Sound Collector' by Roger McGough and written and performed our own verse. 
In Maths, we have been learning strategies for adding and subtracting mentally, using our number bonds to help us.
Our music lesson has helped us with science this week as we have been learning how to change the pitch of different instruments.  We are looking forward to designing and making our own instruments in the next few weeks. Thank you in advance for helping your child to research ideas and collect 'junk' materials towards this project.
In tennis this week, we worked on our footwork and throwing and catching skills.

 

 

                                         

 

Monday 11th September – Friday 15th September 2017

 

In games this week Paua class went outside to practise our tennis skills.

We made sure we had warmed up and stretched before using the racquets and tennis balls.

 

 

 

Paua class used the laptop computers to assist them in finding out more about Earthquakes. Children used hyperlinks to open some great websites to learn more about our exciting geography topic!

 

 

                         

 

Monday 4th September – Friday 8th September 2017

 

Our first week in Year 4 has been a busy one!

In art, we had great fun adding sentences and our photo to our wax resist painting.  The results are fabulous and will be going up on display in the classroom.

 

 

Paua class enjoyed the start to our science topic on ‘Sound’ when we observed what happened to a tuning fork in a bowl of water!  The result was a little unexpected at times with us getting a little wet!

 

 

                               

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