During Roald Dahl Day, we drew inspiration from the outdoor environment to think about how nature can help us to travel and to do some creative writing. We have also been practising our written multiplication methods and using our skills in reasoning and problem solving.
As part of Unit of Enquiry, we have discussed the impact speeches have on us and how they inspire us. This has led on to talking about what’s important to us and what we are passionate about. We have also had interesting debates related to this, ranging from the problems of healthy foods, to how much we love our family.
We designed our own experiments to test hypotheses about muffling sound and later visited the Science Museum in London. We had a great time, especially meeting Sir Isaac Newton and trying out all the experiments in Launchpad.