Our homework for the Easter holidays had a creative theme. In preparation for our new topic “Let’s get growing ” we were asked to use our art and craft skills to represent plants.
We also took home some tomato seeds to plant.
Here is some of our amazing work.
Artist Peter Swidrack spent a day at Aveley Primary School and each class had a workshop session with him in the hall. He talked about his artwork and the paintings he has collected. We observed closely to complete a quiz about the works of art on display.
During the final part of the workshop we had a chance to be artistic. We used triangles to create our own animal collage. What fun we had sticking them together! We look forward to our work being on display for us and our families to view in the hall next week.
For science this week we used clay to find about materials the can change shape when they are squashed, stretched, bent and squeezed. For our first lesson we rolled our balls of clay into a flat shape and then used tools to make marks on our clay. Next we are going to think about marks to use on our clay pots.
We have been looking forward to our theatre visit since November and have enjoyed reading Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl in class. Today we enjoyed the show, especially the songs, dances and colourful costumes. MR Fox was very funny and so was the mean rat who drank the cider in Bean’s cellar.
Sadly we could not take pictures during the show, but here are some of us on the coach and waiting to go into the theatre.
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