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On the school trip, me, Ted and Alfie pressed a button and water turned into waves. My favourite bit about the trip was going to see the secret kitchen and playing the computer. (Bobby)
Our trip was about science. I learned that you need a fizzy type of gas then you use a pumper to pump the bottle so it would take off.
On this trip we went to the Science Museum. My favourite part of the trip was when we went in the launch pad and stood on the bridge that we had made. IT ACTUALLY STAYED UP!!!! I learnt about the toilet and how it flushes. It was one of the best school trips so far. (Emily)
On the school trip I made a road with blocks with Katie and we balanced on it. My favourite part was when the water glass made bubbles and it popped! It went into a big bubble and another bubble came. (Divani)
II learnt what rocket fuel is made out of. My favourite part of the school trip was when we went on the train. (Freddy)
Our school trip was fun and exciting. I learned that you can make electricity by peddling. My favourite part of the school trip was when we got to see the water bottle get busted. I learned how the sea makes waves. At the school trip we explored the museum and looked at the things around us. We tested many things. (Ugne)
Home learning is given every Friday. We expect it to be handed in on the following Wednesday. If home learning is handed in after this, there is no guarantee that it will be marked. This home learning is in addition to daily reading.
See the link below for this week's home learning
HOME LEARNING 3rd July 2015
This week, we would like you to learn to recite a poem BY HEART. This means that you should memorise the poem so that you are able to recite it in front of your class. It can be as long or as short as you like.
Maths: You are expected to know up to 12 x 12 by the end of Year 4. Take one at a time but remember to use known facts to help (eg: 2x, 4x, 8x)
Here is a website to help: http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
As always, we encourage children to strive for those bronze, silver and gold mathletics certificates and to keep up with their reading on Bug Club. Who will be next with their GOLD certificate?