At the weekend Benjamin used a crystal growing kit. He added some crystal growing powder (monoammonium phosphate) to some warm water and watched the crystal grow. Unfortunately, after 4 days his daddy knocked over the glass when he went to take the daily picture. But the cool thing was some crystals grew on the surface where it landed! How amazing Benjamin!
Freya has worked very hard to make this amazing model of Salt’s Mill. How fantastic!
What a fantastic start Lily has made to the week! She is continuing to work extremely hard at home and wowing me with her very hardworking attitude! Very well done, Lily!
Good morning 2ES! I hope you have all had a lovely weekend. Can you believe that this is our second last week of term before the summer holiday? I can’t!
I loved reading your emails last week and seeing photographs of your work and other exciting things you have been up to. I can see that you are being busy bees at home and working very hard. Well done!
This week, you are continuing with your home learning grid from last week. Lots of you have already made a fantastic start with these activities.
Here is just a selection of some of Saanvika’s super work from this week. Very well done for continuing to work so hard Saanvika.
As well as working incredibly hard on her home learning, Freya has been such a lovely, kind big sister and helped Emilie too. After going on a mini beast hunt in their garden, Freya helped her sister draw the creatures they spotted on stones. They even saw a frog! How fantastic!
After watching the video, ‘The Good Samaritan’ on Youtube, Freya made this fantastic book showing the main points of the story. Freya your drawings are amazing! I can see that you have put lots of time and effort into this, very well done!
Harleen has had yet another busy week, working incredibly hard on her home learning. Here are some of the things she has been up to including her Lego model of Salt’s Mill. I’m really impressed that she has been completing the blog challenges too! Very well done, Harleen!
Freya’s butterflies hatched from their chrysalis’ last week. She found out that they fill their soft wings by pumping them full with red liquid…you can see some on the bottom of the enclosure. Freya and her mum fed them with sugar water on flowers and fruit and after 3 days of observation, they let them go in the garden. How amazing to see this happen Freya!
Sophie had lots of fun working with her sister and Grandma to make this ‘cuddle curtain’. Once it was ready, they were able to use it to hug their Nana and cousin who they hadn’t seen for a long time. I love this Sophie, it’s amazing! What a lovely idea!