Class 2

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We are class 2

We have been taking photos of what we like at school and these are the things we like in class.

Teddy “I like playing with the cars and drawing.”

Carter “I like the Halloween corner because you get to dress up in the costumes.”

George “I like the book corner because we have lots of books.”

Isaac Millard “I like my friend Carter.”

Isaac Hayler “I like Nathaniel because I like playing with him. He’s my best friend.”

Spencer “I like playing in the sand and I like Amelia.”

Finley “I like going in the Halloween corner because it’s dark in there and I like the lights.”

Toby “I like going in the Maths corner. You can play with the beads and put them on the boards.”

Joseph “I like making octopuses and they have eight legs.”

Ryan “I like the home corner as you get to dress up.”

Nathaniel “I like when Amelia and me play babies because it’s a fun game and we get to play normal.”

Ava “I like playing in the role play area as it’s spooky.”

Jessica “I like colouring.”

Martha “I like planting with Amelia and she is my best friend.”

Lydia “I like Jess and Ava and I like doing drawing.”

Amelia “I like colouring, it’s fun.”

Sofia “I like Amelia, I always want to play with her. I like playing outside.”

Kerensa “I like playing in the role play area and it’s so spooky and scary. It’s so Hallooweeny. I also like the computer in the book corner.”

Pixie “I like drawing because I like to give it to my mum and dad.”

Sophie “I like drawing, the book corner and the sand. The sand is so soft. There is so much to play with in class.”

Isabelle “I like the book corner because there are lots of books.”

Audrey “I like the home corner because I like making potions.”

Islay “I like being friends with Rosie because she’s my sister.”

Rosie “I like the home corner because you can make pretend potions in there.

Josie “I like the home corner you can make spells.”

Nat “I like the home corner it’s got ghosts.”

Jack “I like playing with the cars.”

Our Spectacular Stone Age day

 Wednesday 17th June 2015

Our spectacular Stone Age day

On Wednesday the 10th June, we had are super gem jar treat: (Are gem jar treat is when we fill up a jar of gems and get a treat.) As are reward, we had a spectacular Stone Age day! We were allowed to come to school in Stone Age clothes: (Including our teddy bears!) If you wanted to, you didn’t have to go in fancy dress, or bring in a teddy. If you wanted to, you could bring your clothes to school and get along into them there. At the start of the day we did…

Stone Age art. Firstly, we did some breath taking, Stone Age art! When we were doing this Stone Age activity, we were given some pictures of real Stone Age carved animals. Firstly we had to choose an animal picture then get some tracing paper, put it over the picture and trace the picture. Then we had a go at drawing that same picture WITHOUT the tracing paper. Then finally, we did are final piece of any animal we wanted without the tracing paper again. In the middle of all this Miss Keeble and Mr Hayward (the head teachers.)Came in and judged our teddy‘s outfits! But they were so impressed with all of our teddies, (including ourselves) that we got a prize!

Stone Age food Next in this Stone Age activity we were making stewed fruit and Stone Age bread dipped in honey! Yummy! Miss Williams (our teacher) said to us; “hold on to your teeth! This Stone Age bread will be hard!” Miss Williams chose some volunteers to make the dough. The bread dough was made out of …

  • Hot water.
  • Whole meal flour
  • Stirring Spoon
  • Bowl
  • Apples

Hot water for the stewed fruit; some people were given apples to chop up and of course take the seeds out. Then we went outside for playtime, while the bread was in the oven.

Stone Age   rafts. (After playtime)…..In this Stone Age activity, we made Stone Age rafts! Miss Williams said “We could work in pairs to make a raft! My friend Fran and I walked together to make a raft. The rafts weren’t allowed to be made out of string or sellotape or anything like that, only things we could use were things we could find! Unfortunately, we were given a short amount of time to make them so I (Sylvie) and Fran ran out of time so we used an old piece of wood. We tested are rafts in a paddling pool we put firstly, a small rock on the raft, it floated, then we put a medium rock on it, then we put a big rock on it, it floated! But then we put a mega rock on it and it floated!!! So we put them on all at the same time! And still it floated!!!! So we were one of the winners! (The reason I said one of the winners because Jeannie, Lara and Charlotte were girls from my class) raft also floated.

Stone Age trousers. In this Stone Age activity, firstly we ate the Stone Age food, then had playtime and went back into class. Miss Williams said to us “Now we are going to figure out a way to attach some trousers to Ug: Again we got into groups of 3 or 4. I went with my best friends: Frankie and Bethan. Our idea was to get some stalks then we took the leaves off and then make some holes in the trousers so we could slide the grass stalks and then tie a knot in them on the other side and ta da!

By Sylvie Dunn