We started the day by logging the types of food we eat day to day and then deciding whether these were healthy or unhealthy. Some of the children had BIG surprised when they found out some of the foods they thought were healthy were actually unhealthy.
Blind food tasting – the best part of the day for me. The look on their faces as they tried foods such as peppers, pickled oniond and dark chocolate. Great to hear some children say there were foods they’d like to try again like pineapple or kiwi.
Ready, Steady, Bake
Children were given a recipe, ingredients and then had to work together to make 3 ingredient sugar cookies. There were a few mishaps but they managed to make the cookies. There have been some people up this afternoon to vote for their favourite – the winning group will be revealed tomorrow…
A huge well done to Crew Shields for this last term. It’s been busy but we’ve crammed lots of learning in and I’m confident this will continue next term. Have a well deserved rest and be safe. Hope you have a wonderful Easter Break.
Wow! It has been such a busy week in Crew Shields as we completed our final products. I was extremely impressed with the children’s dedication to bringing items in for their design. They conducted themselves in a mature and safe manner to ensure they kept not only themselves safe but also others.
I am beyond proud of how they have done and we’re super excited for you to see the final product! No doubt you’ll be as impressed as myself and Mrs Smith are with them.
A great day had by all at Tropical World. Some great questions and discussions as we walked around. Lovely to hear the children discussion their learning while observing animals we have discussed during our expedition lessons.
We started Tuesday morning off with a Cojo challenge. It’s always lovely to watch the children work together and for their leadership skills starting to emerge. We definitely have children destined for leadership in their future careers. 🤩
During Science, the crew had an opportunity to explore the evolution of birds beak to further understand why plants and animals have to evolve so they can survive. The children wrote a hypothesis about which beak they thought would be better before experimenting with different beak types. They really enjoyed this and most children were able to articulate why birds beaks have had to evolve over time.
This week, the children have watched some videos regarding deforestation, importance of trees and the impact on animals and plants. To say I was blown away by the crew work that happened during this session would be an understatement. All the crew gathered facts during the video and then consulted with each other to ensure they weren’t being repetitive with their facts. To see the children work so effortlessly as a crew was a pleasure.
It was lovely to see the children dressed as their favourite characters. The year 5 children supported our younger this children by listening to them read. It was especially nice seeing siblings match up and read together.
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