The last few weeks have flown by and Lewis class have been really busy.
We have started reading our class book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and have already used our book as the basis for improving our writing skills. The children have written some super setting descriptions and diary entries.
In Maths over the last week we have been rounding numbers to nearest 10, 100 and 1000. Ask your child the rule for rounding numbers up or down.
It is important that children read at home with an adult regularly. A good reader becomes a good writer.
Congratulations to our Star Learner this week, Lily-May!
Well done to Jess also who was voted as class representative for School Council.
It's been another busy fortnight in Lewis Class.
We are all really enjoying our class text, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and we have been researching what life was like for children who were evacuated during WWII. We have put ourselves in their position through some fantastic hot-seating and letter writing.
In Maths we have been working hard on column addition and subtraction - this is always something that can be practiced at home along with times tables.
We are looking forward to the Book Fair over the next few days and look forward to seeing as many children and adults as possible coming to buy books for themselves which will also generate income for us to buy books for children in school.
Yet more incredible home-projects have been coming in! Don't forget, if you are making one at home it must be in by the end of term so we can celebrate it in class before we move on to our new topic in Term 2.