In R.E we have designed our own stained glass windows using pens and pencils to put in loads of detail
In topic we have written our own newspaper articles we would like to share one with you:
1ST men on moon!
The first men on Moon were Neil Armstrong Edwin Buzz Aldrin 6 days ago 24th July 1969 Buzz Aldrin Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins landed in the Pacific ocean with a spash
In science we have been learning about forces pulling and pushing
We have designed and are going to make moonbases so astronauts can have somewhere to stay when they go to the moon
From Sophie and Seb
We have also visited Greenwich conservatory museum where we visited the planetarium.
It was a really good day.
In science we created diagrams using black card and templates. The diagrams were of the sun, moon and Earth we showed how the Earth orbits the sun, we used stars as well for decorations.
Also in science we were looking at forces.
In English we have drafted our own myths or legends based on created legends or myths about the moon.
We have also read the myth Icarus and Daedlus and sorted myths and legends to guess what they were.
From Sebastian and Sophie 5m armstrong
Our topic this half term is STARGAZERS
We have created our own planets and have wrote descriptions on them
Here is one we would like to share…
Orlantia is an inhabitable planet. It is too cold! there are volcanoes that explode cold lava. It has many moons at least 68. It takes 380 days to orbit the sun. Orlantia has rings made of ice!
The longest you could be on Orlantia is 4 hours otherwise you would freeze! This planet is the coldest planet ever. It’s very rocky and delicate so don’t be to heavy or it will collapse.
Did you know Orlantia is 2 ½ billion miles away from the sun? its very interesting. Only fun when volcanoes aren’t exploding.
In art we have painted the solar system using watercolours we have also used sugar to create different textures of the different planets.
We could choose which coloured background of our solarsytem was.
Usually blue purple or black
In English we have watched myths and legends and now we have started to write our own.
In science we have made our own line graphs ant it shows how much light and dark in 24h.
By Seb and Sophie 5M Armstrong class
This half term, we’ll study a range of minibeasts and small creatures. Looking at photographs, making notes and listening carefully to expert explanations will help us to understand how minibeasts move, what they eat and where they live. Using what we’ve learned, we’ll write an interesting minibeast report. In science, we’ll learn how to categorise minibeasts and investigate different habitats.
Our topic this term is Stargazers. We are learning about space, our solar system and the work of important scientists such as Sir Isaac Newton and Galileo Galilei.