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Class Weekly Update - Spring 1, Week 4 (1.2.18)

Mr Rutter - 01 Feb 2018

Weekly update - 1st February

I'm sure that many of you will have heard about our exciting potions lesson this week. We made our own 'Brain Power Potion', 'Good Luck Potion' and a 'Happy Dreams Potion'. This involved lots of very careful measuring and following instructions. There were some 'fizzy' surprises as we added the 'Dragon Tears' to the 'Dried Enchanted Elm Tree Bark'. 

We have continued to look at multiplication this week, focusing on arrays. We had a go at making our own arrays, as well as looking at some pictorial arrays of some potion bottles. Our writing has also had a magical theme this week as we looked at a short story by Enid Blyton about Tiptap the pixie who has problem with a magic umbrella. We used the writing to make a list (including commas) of jobs that Tiptap could do as a handyman. The children felt proud of their final versions of their letters to the Prime Minister which concludes our work on Malala. They have thought about the importance of redrafting their writing. 


 
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