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Blackmarston

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Puffins

Key Texts This term

Welcome back! 

 

We hope you all have a lovely Easter break.

Our topic this term is 'Looking after our world'. At the start of term we will be diving into the ocean and reading the story 'Somebody Swallowed Stanley'. Later on we will be hiking into the forest and reading the story 'Somebody Crunch Collin'.  

 

Please see our topic map in the subheading above. 

Liss and the Puffins Team 

 

 

 

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Following instructions to make a Jam Sandwich

Cause and Effect

Drawing fruits and vegetables

Developing our understanding of where our food comes from. How are crisps made?

Retelling The Enormous Turnip

Acting out the Enormous Turnip Story

Painting with Veggies

Touching, smell, tasting and matching Vegetables

Making Super Veggies

Exploring different vegetables and playing with the farm

Key Text this Term

Welcome back! 

 

We hope you all have a lovely half term break.

Our topic this term is 'Food and Where it Come From'. We will be reading the Traditional Tale 'The Enormous Turnip' in class to spark our interests into different foods and how they are grown/made. 

 

Please see our topic map in the subheading above. 

Liss and the Puffins Team 

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My Measurement 

Cause and Effect - Bubbles

Puffins Starry Night Art work - using Squiggle Whilst you Wiggle to support

Acting out and sequencing the steps to get ready to travel to the moon! 

Space small world play

Science: Exploring Materials 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackmarston Times

Breaking News!

 

There have been reports this week of a crashed alien spaceship outside the Puffins classroom! The UFO was discovered early Tuesday morning by the children in Puffins class! Pupil have been saying a friendly alien called Beegu was pulled from the wreckage.   

 

The children in Puffin's class report hearing a loud bang outside during hellos, so they went out to investigate the noise. No further comments have been heard. 

Key Text this Term

Welcome back! 

 

We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas break and wish you a happy new year!

Our topic this term is 'The Star and Beyond'. We will be making friends with lost alien called Beegu and having lots of fun and engaging experiences based around space. 

 

Please see our topic map in the subheading above. 

Liss and the Puffins Team 

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Making Dinosaur Fossils

Finding five Hiding Dinosaurs in Forest School

How my world works 

 

In science we learnt about how big some of the dinosaurs were. We then put our investigation hats on to try and answer these three questions:

1. How many shoes would fit into a Triceratops foot print?

2. Would a T-rex tooth fit into our mouth? 

3. Would a Diplodocus fit in our playground? 

 

We all took off our shoes and found that we needed 20 shoes to fill the foot print! When then tried to fit a cut out version of the tooth in our mouth, we discovered no, it wouldn't! After we went outside and held a piece of string 26m long and found that yes, a diplodocus would fit. What a big playground we have! 

Dinosaur prints in Playdough!

Dinosaur Swap

Searching for Dinosaurs in the shredded paper