Dizzy turning clockwise!
In Maths we have been learning how to halve numbers and shapes. We then applied this knowledge to making whole and half turns. If that wasn’t enough, we learnt about anticlockwise and clockwise so we could describe which way were turning! Miss Naidu kept changing the way we turned so we weren't so dizzy!
During Topic we measured the wingspan of the largest flying reptile (pterasaur) to live: a Queztcoatlus. It was 19m long (per our picture).
For English we leant about prepositions and time conjunctions which we have innovated in our new text, ready to start writing next week. We had a special visit from Mrs Oatridge and had to warn her how to trap a dinosaur as something had made a mess in her house – we think it was a dinosaur!
Word of the week: clockwise
Thought of the week: ‘If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.’ Roald Dahl (BFG).