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Bumblebees Year 3 and 4

Homework!

In Bumblebees this term we are exploring thrills and spills. For your homework we would like you to make a fairground ride, we encourage you to be as creative as possible! You could make a pirate ship, a carousel, a ferris wheel or even a roller coaster! 

 

Extra challenge: Can you make your ride move?

 

Homework due date: Week commencing the 16th July

 

 

 


 

Deutsch Tag !! Today we have been learning all about Germany. We welcomed Alex the Bear from Germany to our school. We played a football tournament as football is Germany's favourite sport and designed a t.shirt for The bear to celebrate Great Britain.

Picnic in the park!

Today we have been practising our bread making skills, we used white flour, wholemeal flour, cheese and a cheese and onion mix. We are going to test them later and see how tasty they are !! 

Busy Bee Bakers

Spellings for test on the 2nd of May:

weather, whether, medal, meddle, missed, mist, team, teem, whose, who's, sail, sale

These are all homophones, check the spellings and the meanings of each of them carefully!

 

 

Bumblebees Year 3

This term we will be working in the school garden on Wednesday afternoons, starting on the 25th April.

Please bring a suitable change of clothes and shoes on Wednesdays.

Year 3/4 Prominent cup football team

Year 3/4 Prominent cup football team 1
Year 3/4 Prominent cup football team 2
Well done to our year 3/4 football team for playing in the Prominent cup competition at Melbourne. Even though we didn't win they all enjoyed themselves and all tried really hard. There was some good football skills on show and some super goalkeeping! Well done boys. Thank you also to the adults who were able to come along and support us.

Teeth tastic ! We have used clay to create models of our teeth, moulding and shaping to create all the different types of teeth.

Egg-citing science! We have been investigating the effects of different substances on teeth, or in this case eggs.

Welcome back !

We hope you all had a lovely Easter break.

This term our topic is called busy bodies, we will be learning all about how our bodies function, what they are made up of and how we can keep healthy. We will post our topic web later this week.

But for now here are some images of what we think our bodies look like on the inside...

 

Spellings for a test on 18th of April

Year 3- looking at suffixes ful, ing, ed

Hopeful

careful

useful

sharing

smiling

phoning

Using

baking

hoping

hoped

 

Year 4

science

scene

abscess

scissors

ascend

scented

descend

crescent

possible

famous

 

 

 

Bumblebee Summer 1  Topic Homework

The topic for this term is Healthy me; for your homework we would like you to research and create a healthy meal or snack recipe so that we can create a healthy cook book. 

There is a template below for you to use, you can download the word version, so you can edit it to look the way you would like but please keep to one A4. Or print of the PDF version and write out your chosen recipe.  You can add photos or pictures and decorate the page to make it look “good enough to eat”.

Homework due: Thursday 17th May

 

Optional Extra: Bring in a sample of your healthy cooking in on Thursday 24th May and we will have a class picnic.  Due to allergies please do not use any peanuts in your cooking.

 

Here we are drawing what we think the insides of our bodies look like...

Well done to Ellis and Harvey for receiving their medals for their rugby tour.

Well done to Ellis and Harvey for receiving their medals for their rugby tour.  1

Science week fun ! 

As this is science week we are going to be carrying out different investigations and challenges based around inventions and exploration. Our first challenge was called, Squashed tomatoes. We had to design and build a vehicle which would transport tomatoes safely down a slope. This was to recreate the challenges farmers in Nepal have. We had varying results but the children worked really well together and had fun. The real challenge comes tomorrow when we add the tomatoes! Here are a few of the practise runs...

A good test run

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Great success

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Busy making

PE kit reminder-Please could you make sure that your child has trainers and appropriate outdoor PE kit in school. On Monday's we are fortunate to have an FA coach who comes in to take the children for football sessions so it is very important that they have the correct kit to allow them to fully participate and enjoy the sessions. Thank you.

Fun with slime!

More brilliant projects

More brilliant projects 1
More brilliant projects 2
More brilliant projects 3
More brilliant projects 4
We have been learning a lot about solids, liquids and gases from the super projects which the children have produced. It looks like you have been having lots of fun whilst learning ! Well done, we look forward to sharing more projects over the next few days.

Science projects

Bumblebee Book Report Homework details

Homework

This term our main topic is changes, so we have been looking at solids, liquids and gases and how we can change their states. Your homework this term is produce a science presentation on this theme. You may want to carry out some investigations at home to show how each state of matter can be changed. You could present it as a powerpoint or poster, highlighting the features of each of the different states and how they can be changed. You many want to bring in examples of how you have changed the different materials or even present an investigation to the class.

This will be due in the first week back after half term. 

Chinese New Year Friday 9th February 2018

Happy new year from Bumblebees class!

This term our main topic is: Changes around us. During this topic we will be learning about changes of state in science, looking at solids, liquids and gases and how they can change and take on new states. The children will be having lots of opportunities to plan and carry out experiments and investigations. During Geography we will be learning about the changes in weather, and how landscapes have changed over time. 

Maths: Focus on multiplication and division problem solving.

English: Instructions and creative writing, using The Chronicles of Narnia as a stimulus.  

Art: We will be studying the works of Vincent Van Gogh and attempting to create some work in the style of this great artist.

During Anti Bullying week we created a class anti bullying charter. This is what we came up with together to keep our class a happy, safe place.

Bumblebee's Showcase

We are looking forward to showcasing some of our Ancient Egyptian work with you on Tuesday the 5th of December at 2:30pm. 

Spellings

From this Wednesday, the 29th of November, your child will be issued with a spelling book, their weekly spellings will be stuck in each week to bring home and practice. Your child can use the page the spellings are on to practice, this could be: Writing sentences that contain that word. Using the look, say, cover, write, check method, or just simply practicing writing the words. I hope that this will help with the issue of lost spelling sheets. They will need to bring it in each Wednesday to have their new spellings stuck in, ready to be tested the following week. 

Making model shadufs

Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4

Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 1
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 2
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 3
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 4
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 5
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 6
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 7
Egyptian Dance performed by Year 4 8

Autumn term 2 homework

This term we are learning all about the Ancient Egyptians. Your homework this term is to present in a style of your choice a project based around pyramids. This could be done using a literacy focus, by writing instructions about how to build one, or a descriptive or historical piece of writing. You could make a model out of a material of your choice. You could research and present information about what they were built for. The choice is yours, as long as you have tried your best and it is based on Pyramids! We love receiving the projects back into school, we all learn a lot from them.

Please could you bring in your projects by the 11th of December.

Well done to all of the Bumblebee Class for a super day out at Pride Park to meet our link school-Ladywood Primary. All of the children were very well behaved and as well as enjoying activities with the other school, we also had a tour of Pride Park Stadium where the heated seats in the dug out were a particular favourite! 

Welcome to Bumblebee Class

 

Bumblebee Class is taught by Mrs Baxter on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings and Miss Puttock on Wednesday afternoons, Thursdays and Fridays.

 

 

PE will be taking place on Mondays and Wednesdays.

 

Please see below for this years Long Term Planning.

 

Bumblebee Long Term Planning

Homework: Times table grid

How We Teach Reading

 

In Bumblebee class the children read a variety of selected texts in a guided group sessions with Mrs Baxter or Miss Puttock and individual readers are heard by an adult at various intervals throughout the term.

 

We expect the children to read at home every day, either with an adult or on their own and ask that their reading diary is signed by an adult to show that they have read.   The children are able to change their reading books whenever they have finished reading them.  

Ancient Egypt Topic web for Autumn 2.

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