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Term 4 starts February 25th

January 17, 2020

Day

   We’ve been busy learning all about our topic work of Pole to Pole.
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Ashley and Oscar blog: Today we have been experimenting with making ice-cream.  We put milk, caster sugar and vanilla into a small bag.  Then we had another bag which we put ice-cubes and salt in.  We put the bag containing the milk inside the other with the  ice cubes in and shook it hard.  Two...
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Tom and Eleanor blog: This week on Monday we were using the VR headsets to look at ‘Bear butte’.  It’s a mountain that looks like a bear laying on its tummy! We were using the picture to do some descriptive writing about it. Mrs Murray has been teaching us gymnastics, this week we did roly-polys...
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Aubury and Amie blog: We are reading ‘The Twits’: Mr Twit got Mrs Twit’s walking stick and chair, he put bits of wood on it with glue and she couldn’t touch the floor! We made a mini water cycle: we planted cress and watched it grow as the cycle of water vapour to water all...
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Isaac and Reece blog: We’ve been writing stories all about a bear who stole the chinook! It is a warm dry wind that blows in the Rocky mountains of Canada.  In science we are learning chromatography: its how water travels up paper.  You wrap the paper around a pencil, then put it on top of...
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Pippa and Finley blog: This term our topic is Pole to Pole: South Pole to North Pole. We made hot chocolate, to keep us warm in the arctic. We played Polar games, it was great fun: bowling penguins over, throwing snowballs, pin the nose on the polar bear and penguin.  We found an explorers bag...
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Maddie, Oliver and Lanie-Ray blog: We’ve been talking about penguins and Inuits this week, because our topic is Pole to Pole.  We learnt where the Inuits live, what they eat, what they live in and how they travel about: they live in igloos, they eat meat and fish, they travel in boats.  They use seal...
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