Ms Smith-Lynch

 

 

 

Pancake Tuesday. 

We celebrated Pancake Tuesday this week. While making our Valentine presents and cards we had some delicious pancakes. There were a lot of toppings to pick from, but Nutella and marshmallows were the most popular in our class!

We are so lucky to have such creative students in the class. This boy built an image of Jesus using Lego pieces! 

 

One kind boy made rice crispie and marshmallow buns for everybody in the class and for all the students in the Speech and Language class. 

 

Butter Making 

Having learned about schools and homes in the past, we were interested in how food has changed. We looked at a video of butter being made in the past. The woman making the butter used a churn, butter patts and milk. 

We made butter by shaking cream for a very long time, it was tough work. After 20 minutes of shaking we made butter. We tasted the butter on crackers. Everybody agreed it was delicious!

Butter Making

 

 

 

Some Christmas Crackers

 

Enjoying some hot chocolate and marshmallows.

A double Santa hat!

Eating Santa hats made from Oreos, cream and strawberries.

Making edible snowmen from digestive biscuits, icing, marshmallows, chocolate icing and buttons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting Santa

Hot Air Balloons.

We made made hot air balloons in art today. We used multi-coloured fabrics and pom-poms to make patterns on the balloon. We coloured in the basket using markers and crayons.

We did our best, and we all agreed the glue was very sticky.

Building with Bones!

We recently explored the bones in science. 

Here are some interesting facts:

  • A baby has 300 bones.

  • An adult has 206 bones.

  • The rib cage protects our lungs.

  • The skull protects our brain.

  • The sternum protects our heart.

  • Joints helps us bend and move our limbs.

 

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