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Class 7 ------- Terrific Tigers

Welcome to Class 7 - Terrific Tigers

 

We are the Terrific Tigers and we are very excited to be in Year 2.  Our teacher is Mrs Yates and we have help each week from Mrs Palmer, Mrs Hamm and Mrs Robey.

We do P.E on a Wednesday morning and a Thursday afternoon when we also try to visit the library. Our homework and spellings are due in on a Friday each week.

Autumn 1 2019

 

Last term our topic was 'Me, Myself and I'.  We learnt all about being healthy and how to look after our bodies. Did you know that we should eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables every day, do 1 hour of exercise and get 10 hours of sleep each night?

Amazing Maths! We did some super maths last half term. First, we learned all about the tens and ones in 2 digit numbers. We practised making 2 digit numbers in lots of different ways. Then, we used tens and ones to help us to add two digit numbers.

We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have. Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?

We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  1
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  2
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  3
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  4
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  5
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  6
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  7
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  8
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  9
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  10
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  11
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  12
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  13
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  14
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  15
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  16
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  17
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  18
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  19
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  20
We did some work with 2D shapes. We sorted them in different ways and we played a game where we had to describe their properties using the correct maths vocabulary, including how many sides, corners and lines of symmetry they have.  Did you know that a rectangle has 4 straight sides, 2 lines of symmetry and 4 vertices?  21

Autumn 2 2019

 

We have a new topic this term and we're very excited about this one!! It is.....

 

CHOCOLATE!

On the first day back after the holidays, Mrs Yates asked us this question... 'What maths can you do with a tube of Smarties?' Well, we sorted them, counted them, used them for adding and taking away, made graphs, created 2D shapes. We were amazed to find that Smarties are great for helping with our maths!

Remembrance Day 2019

 

We made special boats for an exhibition at the National Memorial Arboretum to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.  Our painted boats will make up part of a special tribute to the almost 7000 vessels and 156,000 troops who sailed to the beaches of Normandy on 6th June 1944.  We decorated our boats with poppies and camouflage designs.  At the Arboretum they will be added to the other boats in the exhibition to make a total of 6939 wooden vessels - 1 for each of the ships which sailed that day. 

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