This week in Maths we have been learning about doubling. We now know that doubling is when you add the same number again, so it becomes twice as big. Here we are having a go, using objects to help us!
We think that we found a dragon that was hurt in the classroom (can you see his tail poking out from under the blanket?) so we started to think about how we could write instructions to trap a dragon if it was hurt.
Some of our ideas were to dig a hole for it to fall into, to use a magic wand to shrink it so that we could catch it or to build it a house and put some meat inside to lure it in and then lock the door!
We will be learning about the ‘igh’ sound family in Phonics next week, along with compound words which are made by combining two smaller words.
Spellings this week are therefore:
night, brighter, cried, try, bike, shine, bedroom, football, seaside, toothbrush