We thought about the refugees that end up in other countries. We learnt that Italy set a new law to help refugee children be safe, healthy and get to go to school.
We listened to Luca's Italian music and had a dance! We found out from Elliott that Italy is famous for it's pasta. We saw a picture of the Colosseum in Rome that Amber's parents took on their honeymoon! We made our own version of bruschetta!! and some of us even tried some olives! We did have lots of fun today.
Your homework this week, is to partition the numbers into tens and ones.
We used objects to help us split the numbers. Find something in your house that you can make the numbers with. Always good to use objects to show you understand!
Here Maryam shows us how she used the blue numicon piece with 10 holes for the 10, then counts on using the counters up to 18. She works out that 18 is made up of 10 and 8.
We worked in a team to draw and write captions retelling the story of The Little Dinosaur, just like Coco Collaborator
Is Moosa taller or shorter than the tower?
How many blocks high is Moosa?
If Moosa was double the height how many blocks high would he be?
If Moosa was half the size how many blocks high would he be?
We were being palaeontologists, hunting for fossils!
Look at the last picture, can you remember what this was?!!
Watch the video and what do you notice?
Look at the shapes of the dinosaurs.
How are they the same?
How are they different?
How big or small compared to the trees?
What is the landscape like?
Are there any people?
Are there any buildings?
What else can you find out?
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