We have just started our new IPC unit of work on 'Living Together'.
To start this we learnt how to live and work together as a community by taking part in 'community/team activities'
These activities included:
We've had great fun learning about living together and how to be a good community. Here are some photos of what we got up to...
Today, we have been creating the different sounds of the Rainforest with our musical instruments. Here are the videos to show you how we all got on:
Saving the World - Rainforests
We have just started our fantastic new topic in our IPC lessons. Throughout this topic, we will look at rainforests across the world, with a focus on the animals, people and food produce from those rainforests and much more...
We have also had a visit from the Animal Man (Rob), who has shown us some amazing animals that come from rainforests and some that we see in our country too.
Have a look at the pictures below to see how we got on with the animals. How many can you name? :)
Our second IPC topic is all about the Science!
We have the great opportunity to look into the journey of Milk...
We began to look into where Milk comes from and how it benefits us. We have then moved on to conducting many Scientific experiments into making cream, butter and cheese! We have also had lots of fun whilst we investigated the effects of stirring and shaking milk.
This is a great topic, where we really get to learn about the properties of solids, liquids and gases and how the molecules differ in each.
Coming soon..... Milkshakes! :)
Temples, Tombs and Treasures
Our first half term of IPC was spent looking at Ancient Egypt; focusing on many exciting historical and geographical facts relating to the area.
We looked into where Egypt is located, how the pyramids were built, why they used mummification, the ancient Gods and Pharoahs and the vital importance of the River Nile to their survival.
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