OUR WONDERFUL WORLD
What are the wonders of our world?
In this captivating Geography-based topic, we will be exploring the wonders of our world in the UK and beyond. By the end of the unit, the children will be able to:
name, locate and identify the seven continents and oceans
use world maps, atlases and globes
understand geographical similarities and difference when studying both human and physical geography
identify the location of hot and cold areas around the world
use vocabulary to refer to physical and human features
develop knowledge about the world
How have holidays changed over time?
Our final topic will be of course based on holidays! We will be learning about holidays in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly seaside holidays. In this unit, the children will:
learn about changes within living memory
understand historical concepts such as continuity and change, similarity and difference
identify similarities and differences between ways of life in different periods
ask and answer questions
understand some of the ways in which we find out about the past
identify different ways in which the past is represented
use parts of stories and other sources to show they know and understand key features of events
suggest reasons why changes took place.
Check out our Study Guide to find out about everything else that we're going to be getting up to in other lessons here:
Art- Landscapes and cityscapes
We have been learning about Claude Monet and his beautiful paintings. We have learnt how to mix the three primary colours to make lots more colours. We then used our fingers to paint our sketches. There were some wonderful creations!
Science - bird box!
Mrs Lowdon made a bird box for our forest school which we have decorated. We cannot wait to see if any birds choose to live in it!
Science - Habitats
We had a forest school session with Mrs Clarke learning all about micro-habitats. We even spotted two newts! Can you see them in our video?