We are a Reception and Year 1 class.
Our teacher is Miss Brown.
We visited some piglets as part of our Literacy work. Before we visited, we wrote questions that we would like to ask their owner, practising using a capital letter at the start of the sentence and punctuating it with a question mark. When we were there, we asked our questions and on our return, we wrote about the facts that we had learned.
Some of our questions included:
Do they have a water trough?
How do they open their mouth?
When do the owners or farmers feed piglets?
Where did the piglets come from?
Where do they get their milk?
How do they get food?
When do they sleep?
When do they eat food?
We have found that some Africans like to wear Kente patterns on their clothes. We found out that they make them by weaving. We designed and made our own Kente cloth patterns by painting and weaving.
Water, Water, Everywhere!
As part of our topic on Africa, Acorns Class learned that a charity called WaterAid has been helping some Africans get clean water by building Tippy Taps. We challenged ourselves to follow the instructions to make a mini Tippy Tap and try to wash our hands with it. Here are some of our attempts…
Acorns Class went on a trip to Africa. We flew on Acorns Airline with Miss Brown as Cabin Crew and Captain Winter flying the plane. Everyone made a passport and checked in with their luggage, before heading through security and boarding the plane. We enjoyed the view of take-off and landing through the window after Miss Brown had given the safety demonstration and we had done our seatbelts up. Drinks and snacks were served on board and everyone had a safe but enjoyable flight!