A great week 2 of home learning. Check out some of our pictures.
The Hungry Caterpillar by Archie
Rainbow experiment by Oli P
Story telling by Riley
Easter shape maths by Archie
The Magic Tree
Ollie wrote a short story based on a magic tree. Great work Ollie and well read.
Sophie's magic tree story
Another great story based on the magic tree picture the children were given. Well done Sophie!
Beau noticed that he couldn't split his 8 toys into thirds and could even explain why... well done Beau! :)
Bella has been reading George's Marvellous Medicine at home and has written a story inspired by that. Great work Bella!
Easter animation by Lulu
A great animation created by Lulu!
An Easter inspired animation.
Hector and Harry have been busy creating an Easter animation with a twist. Well done boys.
Alfie's Easter bunny video
Alfie had fun making this at School using Miss Pick's secret play-doh stash! :)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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