Today we took advantage of the glorious sunshine and visited Bluebell Woods. Whilst fully immersed in nature, we wrote some poetry.
Our Home Learning Science task this week was to draw and label the inside of a flower. We then had to dissect a flower and annotate each part - providing its function.
Here are more examples of persuasive writing. This time, children had to try and convince the reader to take up a particular hobby. I have to say, you have ALL done a good job and as you know, THAT'S HIGH PRAISE INDEED FROM ME!
It was lovely to find out what one conscientious and thoughtful Golden Eagle has been up to in recent weeks. It's definitely worth sharing. I know that it's not at all Christian, but I am becoming increasingly jealous of creative people!
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