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Beech - Years 3&4

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Years 3 & 4

This term we have been studying North and South America.  We had a fantastic trip to the American History Museum in Bath, and here are some photos of our day.

 

 

Our textiles project: Making moccasins as part of our North American topic

Our brilliant 'Star Readers', who read at home at least four times per week, every week in Term 2!

Our brilliant 'Star Readers', who read at home at least four times per week, every week in Term 2!  1 Beech Star Readers for Term 2!

In Maths, Beech class have been learning how to create cubes and cuboids as part of their 3D shapes skills. Each child also made peppermint cream polar bears to fit into their boxes. They used great measuring and weighing skills to create their bears.

In Maths, Beech class have been learning how to create cubes and cuboids as part of their 3D shapes skills.  Each child also made peppermint cream polar bears to fit into their boxes.  They used great measuring and weighing skills to create their bears.  1
In Maths, Beech class have been learning how to create cubes and cuboids as part of their 3D shapes skills.  Each child also made peppermint cream polar bears to fit into their boxes.  They used great measuring and weighing skills to create their bears.  2
In Maths, Beech class have been learning how to create cubes and cuboids as part of their 3D shapes skills.  Each child also made peppermint cream polar bears to fit into their boxes.  They used great measuring and weighing skills to create their bears.  3
In Maths, Beech class have been learning how to create cubes and cuboids as part of their 3D shapes skills.  Each child also made peppermint cream polar bears to fit into their boxes.  They used great measuring and weighing skills to create their bears.  4

 

 

As a class, we are very keen to look after our environment, so we decided to do some work on protecting hedgehogs.  We read Pam Ayre's poem, 'The Last Hedgehog', which helped us understand all the problems hedgehogs are having and how to help them increase their numbers.  The class wrote some fantastic poems, and even decided to create a hedgehog sculpture to help educate other children about hedgehog preservation!

 

LivvyEllie

 

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