Class One have got some visitors in school. We have been speculating about what they could be, observing closely, talking about what we see and asking questions.
“It looks like some creatures in gooey sand!” Leo
“Are they insects in mud?” Mia
“The little black bits might be eggs” Finn
“They’re not dead, they’re moving!” Jacob
“They have fluff all over them, I think they’re centipedes or caterpillars” Eddie
“They’re prickly!” Oliver
We’re looking forward to taking care of our new friends and watching to see what happens. 👀
Class One have been making bread and butter today, and as it’s science week we thought we’d do a little experiment. One batch of buns was made with yeast and one batch without. While they were baking we made butter and gave our muscles a good work out as the butter became really thick! When the bread was ready we found we had eight perfect delicious buns and eight rock solid pebbles! We shared the tasty ones with our home made butter spread on top. Yummy!
We have warmed up and are now ready to go! What an exciting afternoon we had. Six Year 1 pupils and lots of activities. Thank you Dowdales School!