Fire ready checklist

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My class and I made a posters ( in groups of 4 ) and we had to sort flags from around the world into 1/2, 1/3 and lots more.

Kale Kale Kale!

Today we made kale crisps. We used the kale from our garden because they were ready to harvest. It’s a superfood!

Kale is a dark leafy green vegetable that contains lots of healthy nutrients. Kale has a amazing source of vitamin A and C. Vitamin A can help sharpen your vision. Vitamin C is amazing for your eye sight. Kale is very healthy and a wonderful vegetable to integrate into your diet.

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Captain Cook didn’t find Autralia

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Hot Wheels Investigation

Roald Dahl Quote

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Fresh new term 3 Goals

A long term goal is when you do it for a year or two. A short term goal is to do something for a term, weeks and months in steps.

My Maths goal is to order decimals and unit fractions and locate them on a number line. I will do this by going home and getting my Mum to write some decimals or fractions and I will put them on a number line every Friday night. I will also check maths online and find some.
My learning behaviour goal it to when I go on Mathsonline or Times table me I will put it in my diary. I will do this by going on one of those websites then write the evidence in my diary.

My English goal is to improve on my writing and become a better writer. I will do this by asking Ms Westerman to give me a sheet for writing and do it for homework for that night.

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House Colour day

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Kitchen garden term two

This term we have made five recipes.

Super Subtraction Strategies

The past two weeks we have been doing subtraction.
Number lines, algorithms with regrouping,I learnt that the biggest number always go’s on top, space invaders, making zero, subtraction and addition are family, check subtraction by adding and take away ten add one.
My new learning is to always count on when I’m doing number lines.

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