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HERONS

Measuring - heavy and light.

Teacher One (teacherone) on: HERONS

Today we have been weighing objects and comparing them to find out which object is the heaviest. As a class we decided which object would be the heaviest then we compared them. We were very good at this! We knew the glue stick would be heavier than the whiteboard pen.

Then we used cubes to calculate how heavy it actually was. Harrison correctly guessed that the pen would be 3 cubes heavy.

In the outside area we had to order some bags of objects from heaviest to lightest. 

At home have a go at estimating how heavy something might be. Compare objects and see which one would be the lightest and which would be the heaviest. Can you order the items too?

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St George's Day

Teacher One (teacherone) on: HERONS

Today is St George's Day , he is the patron Saint of England.  So we celebrated by writing about how brave he was to say "No" to the emperor. St George refused to hurt Christians as he was a Christian too.

We have been thinking how we can be brave .

Everyone enjoyed a special snack in the afternoon of cream,jam and scones or different kinds of cakes! They were delicious...

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PE - Using the apparatus.

Teacher One (teacherone) on: HERONS

We used our upper body strength to climb the ladder to the apparatus. We thought about how we could do this safely.

Some of us could climb high through the hoops.

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PE - Travelling across the apparatus.

Teacher One (teacherone) on: HERONS

 

Today in PE we travelled across the apparatus in different ways. Sometimes we used our arms to swing across, others used their bodies to slide across and some climbed across. We thought about all the different ways we could use our bodies to move.

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Designing our aeroplanes

Teacher One (teacherone) on: HERONS

Everyone made aeroplanes . We folded the paper and tested how far they flew. Then we adapted them to see if they would fly further.

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