Mahaan and his mum have been keeping busy by building their own Lego creations. Mahaan has built an evil villains lair (mu ha ha ha) and his mum has built a performance theatre! Amazing creations. Well done!
Maybe this will inspire you to build your own creation…
Patrick has been learning about the Jewish festival Passover and how Jews eat Matzah during this time because it is unleavened bread. It reminds them that when Jewish people had to leave Egypt, they had to leave so fast that their bread didn’t have time to rise. Patrick made the bread himself following a recipe and only had help with the oven. Great job Patrick and I bet it tastes amazing with chocolate spread! 😋
Last week in school, we learned about famous scientists and inventors. At the end of the week, the task was to create your own invention and upload it to the little inventors website. Even though Zoe wasn’t in school at the end of the week, she took the information home and uploaded her idea herself! If you like the idea of being an inventor, why not have a go. I’ve attached the link below:
Wow,wow,wow!! Ewan has been an absolute superstar whilst at home. He went the extra mile with the ACE Artist task and entered his work into the Henry Moore competition and received a fantastic prize and a certificate he can cherish for years to come. I’m really proud of you Ewan – well done! 👏🏻
Laira picked, topped and tailed 21lbs worth of gooseberries with her Nonna! 21lbs!! If you ask your parents how much you weighed as a baby, you’ll realise just how heavy this is. So far, they’ve already made a cake 😋 I wonder what else they will make?
Where do I even begin? The care Riya has taken over her cross stitching is just inspiring! The food she has created looks amazing and she’s even created a no -Newtonian liquid! Did you know that ketchup is a non-Newtonian fluid…I wonder if you can tell me why?
Mahaan has been busy reading his Roald Dahl collection at home. He is currently reading Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, which is what we would have been covering in school. He has also been learning how to make Indian tea. Do you know what spices may have been in the pan? I definitely think one beginning with a c…
3LT, when I set you a challenge to read 1000 books, I never expected you to move so quickly. You are well on you way this week, reaching 975!!!!! Her are the books you’ve been reading – are there any you’d recommend?
Miya has continued to be busy outside of schools over the past couple of weeks. The baking and cooking has continued. She has made a pasta dish, pancakes, chocolate eclairs, meringues which were turned into Eton Mess and yesterday she had her second attempt at macarons. However the macarons were not successful and had to be thrown in the bin. Miya is realising that there are some recipes that need to be practiced over and over again to get them right and macarons is one of them.
She obtained a pea plant and potato plant from school a few weeks ago and as you can see they are thriving in the garden, there is even a pea on the plant! A scarecrow was also made to scare the birds!
Finally, she has started some sewing and completed a stuffed dog made of felt. It been a busy few week for Miya!
3LT, we’ve read 745 books on Epic! during lockdown. It’s amazing so a big well done to you all. I think we should aim for 1000! Here are some books I’ve assigned to you. They link to the learning we would have done in school this half term…I added the ‘What in the world?’ book as I thought you might find it interesting. It certainly sparked my curiosity. I hope you enjoy! If you haven’t done much reading recently, here’s a reminder below on how to get set up. www.getepic.com