We have been learning about the history of Stonehenge this week as part of our topic. In Forest School, some of the children recreated the famous monument.
Here are links to some websites about Stonehenge:
Information about skeletons
Click through the screens until you find the labelled skeleton. There is a game that you can play after you have labelled it.
The keleton game that we looked at in class.
Today, we have practised our comprehension activities by learning about key figures in the war and used our multiplication skills to calculate how many war vehicles were in squadrons. This afternoon, we learnt about the significance of poppies in the war. We worked with Year 4 to make some beautiful poppies which are displayed in the library. We also created some stunning images of poppies which we will display in the hall. Mrs Munn also shared some amazing mementoes from her Great Grandad, who was a farrier in the war.
William has sent me his very thoughtful PowerPoint about World War 1. He has spent time visiting the Tower of London Poppies and the Imperial War Museum this week and these experiences are clearly reflected in his work. William will be sharing the PowerPoint with the class on Tuesday but here’s a sneak peek at the PowerPoint:
I look forward to seeing and sharing everyone’s homework over the next week.
See you tomorrow,