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Well done Umaiza! You are this week's Dojo Champion.
Science - Plants
We have been learning about seed dispersal. Here is a video of some children from Emerald Class demonstrating a method. Can you guess which method it is?
This week Emerald Class have experienced making paint from natural materials, and painting their cave art using sticks as tools. All the children enjoyed mixing the coal, mud and oil together. We all discovered how tricky it is to paint on sandpaper using wooden sticks, but enjoyed the challenge. Our cave paintings will be displayed in the classroom next week in the shape of a cave.
Well done Lexxie! You have been awarded Dojo Champion this week. You are always focused and ready to learn.
This week Emerald class have been looking at Stone Age achievements. They used these achievements to inspire their cave art. Today all pupils had the opportunity to draft their designs, using the surface under the tables. This allowed the pupils to experience what it would be like to draw onto a surface similar to a cave wall. Next week these initial drawings will support the pupils in creating their final art piece, where they will use sand paper and natural materials for paint.
Marina has created a Stone Age drawing of a cave.
Well done Daniel! You have been awarded Dojo Champion this week. You are a great role model for all the pupils in Emerald Class.
Dexter was inspired by our Topic introduction this week, so decided to create a Stone Age necklace using Cheerios at home.
Emerald Class have begun to think about life in the Stone Age. We all had the opportunity to draw our own life timelines, before exploring the timeline covering the historical events between the Stone Age and the Iron Age.