Welcome to Fires, Catchy songs and Cress growing

Welcome back! What a great start!

We have kick started our theme learning all about the Great Fire of London. We know lots of great facts and can even sing in a round!

In maths, we have been learning about place value and know a very catchy song about

English has been all about instructions and we have learnt 'How to wash a Woolly Mammoth' (Be careful not to get it in his eyes!!).

We have grown our own cress thinking about what it will need in order to grow successfully. As scientists, we have been observing their progress.

As an extra challenge this week can you remember all of the life processes?

Here is a clue- MRS GREN 

Feel free to comment as we would love to know what you and the children think. 

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