This morning in Literacy, we have been retrieving key facts about D-day. D-day was the invasion of Normandy, it happened on the 6th June , allied forces of Britain, America, Canada and France attacked German forces on the coast of Normandy.We can organise information into paragraph bad use subheadings to organise information.
Today we have dressed up as a character from our class author, Michael Foreman. Our class book is War Boy, which is about a little boy’s experience of life during WW2. Did you know Michael Foreman is an author and illustrator?
This afternoon Class 8 have tested the hypothesis for a science experiment, we have used electrical equipment to conduct our experiment and record our findings, the experiment proved adding 2 batteries to the circuit made the bulbs shine brighter.
What would you have added to the circuit to make the bulb shine brighter?
This afternoon in topic , we created our own dilemma plan on how to handle a situation on bullying. We did a negative and positive response to the scenario and this helped us understand the importance of manners and being polite and kind to one another.
This morning, in maths our learning objective was to find fractions of amounts. We thought about how we find fractions of amounts in everyday life, for example, when we cook, we find different fractions of amounts. To find a fraction of an amount, we need to use our division and multiplication skills.
Have you found a fractions of an amount cooking this week?
Today in class 8 we have been using Sphero to do coding, first of all we worked out the difference in miles between Countries the soldiers would have travelled over during World War 2 an completed it in our books. Using block code we created a possible journey the soldiers may have took.
Do you know which Countries the soldiers travelled over during World War 2?