Science- testing the suitability of materials (if they are waterproof or not)
A visit from Ray Douglas to create poems.
Art - exploring ways to make textures.
Science- experimenting to see which materials can be bent, stretched, twisted or squashed and creating these shapes with out bodies.
Science - testing materials to see how stretchy they are and using cubes to measure how far they stretched.
Lowry trip- learning to draw like LS Lowry and exploring his art work
Maths- using cubes to make equal groups.
Geography - using atlases to find the continents and oceans.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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