Friday, 29 January 2016

Blogging Challenge

We had some strange eggs in our classroom on Tuesday!

How many animals can you think of that hatch out of eggs?

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Mysterious eggs!

We had a mysterious nest appear in our classroom with four eggs in. After some exploring we decided they were made from ice and we could see something hidden inside them.
We left them in the classroom to see what would happen. The ice eggs became smaller but quite slowly, so we decided to try and melt them faster.

Can you remember what we did to make them melt quickly?


What a lot of work we've done about the story 'Frozen.'

What has been your favourite activity?

Friday, 22 January 2016

Blogging challenge

We have been thinking about what marshmallow the monster is like in the story frozen. Can you write a sentence about Marshmallow?
Don't forget to use your phonics!

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Making Monsters!

We have created some monsters to go in our stories this week. 

PE with Adam

On Monday we did gym with Adam. We moved in different ways and worked with a partner, learning how to mirror their movements. 

Saturday, 16 January 2016

Letters from Elsa

We pretended to be Elsa from frozen. We  have written letters to Anna saying sorry for freezing her. 

Maps of Ellistown

This week we have been looking at what is in our village. We drew maps and talked about where places are in Ellistown. Can you tell me what we saw? 

Thursday, 14 January 2016

Blogging Challenge

This is Arendelle. 
Can you write a sentence to tell me what you can see. 
Don't forget to use your phonics and finger spaces.
We can't wait to read your sentences!

Wednesday, 6 January 2016


We were very excited to learn the story of Frozen today! We made story maps of the main parts in the story and retold the stories using our maps. Can you tell me your favourite part?

Blogging Challenge

Welcome back! We hope you have had a fantastic Christmas break. For our first blogging challenge, can you write me a list of 3 things that Santa brought you for Christmas? Remember to use your phonics to help you spell the words.