On Monday we started to think about an investigation about our heart rate.First we sat on the carpet and counted our hear rate for a minute and thirty seconds.We answered some questions about what are investigation was going to be about.Some groups were going to test exercise and some people tested height and weight.
By Harry Jordan and Matthew Cowling
On Monday 13th of November, Juniper class drew a diagram of a detailed human body. We started by drawing our initial ideas onto large pieces of paper. We went on a website and labelled different body parts. We also named five things that were good for your body. We listed important features of the torso. We were all very intrigued. These were our first ideas.
The first week back after the half term break and we have been working incredibly hard, particularly with our Mathematics and English. As their teacher, I have felt very proud of the achievements in both these areas, but also with the fantastic attitude the children have been showing. In our science work we have been conducting an experiment that has involved watching bananas slowly decay – very interesting, and not a little smelly! To end the week we looked in detail at the insides of a variety of fruit and vegetables. We focused on the many lines and reproduced them using felt-tip pens. Attached are some of the super results. Well done Juniper!