The link to the song is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWb4KlM2vts
If you want to do the experiment at home make sure you get adult help as you will need hot water.
In a large clear bowl, place a smaller container. Carefully, pour hot water into the large bowl, avoid getting any water in the smaller container. Cover the large bowl with cling film and place several ice cubes on top. Leave for 10/15 minutes. Finally, remove the ice and cling film. You should notice that some of the water has collected into the smaller container.
Can you explain this?
Imogen from Maple class decided to write her own traditional tale at home. We thought it was fantastic so she typed it up so it could be shared on our blog. See what you think!!
Today we visited Beech Class who read us their stories they have written based on The Three Little pigs. We were very impressed.
I really like the adjectives the girl used for description.
He read really well.
The handwriting is very good, almost better than mine!
We have invited Beech to come to Sycamore so we can read them our stories once we have written them.
Well done Beech.
Yesterday, the traditional tales tent was in Sycamore class. We had great fun listening to The Three Little Pigs read by Miss Lane, with Miss Buller outside acting as the Big Bad wolf. Later in the afternoon, each house had time to sit in the tent and listen to Mr B read The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. We all had great fun.
This afternoon we decided to venture into the school garden to explore what different types of leaves we could find there. We then worked in small groups to make our own classification keys.
To help us learn the story of the Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig, we used puppets to retell it in groups. We had a lot of fun.