Celebrating your homework!
Thank you to all the children who have completed their homework last week and to those who are in the process of completing their homework for Friday.
It has been lovely hearing about all the amazing learning you have been doing at home.
Check out some below.
"I looked at Madagascar. It is the 4th largest island. There is a flower called Madagascar Rosy Periwinkle that is used in medicine."
"I looked at Morroco. The captial city is Rabat. People who live in Morroco like to eat lots of different spices. The flag has a green star in the middle with a red background."
"I looked at Egypt. The famous landmarks are the Pyramid of Giza and The Valley of Kings. Egypt has the longest river called the Nile."
"I looked at Libya. One of the famous monuments is called the Leptis Magna. It is an ancient roman ruin."
"I looked at Nigeria. People in Nigeria like to cook sweet food. The flag is white and green."
"I looked at Sierra Leone. The captial city if Freetown. People in Sierra Leone like to eat Cassava Leaf, Potato soup and Okra soup."
Times Table Rock Stars Shout Outs!
Thank you to all the children who have been doing their Times Tables Fluency daily.
It is very important that you keep practicing.
I have seen a big improvement in our maths lessons.
Keep it up!
I will be doing a shout out to those children who have achieved a new rock status.
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