Here are our finished puppets. We added hair and decorated to make eyes. We used different fabrics to create their clothes. Both boys chose to put them in school uniform!
We have been looking at the advantages and disadvantages of Renewable Energy.
We found that there were many advantages:
There were disadvantages aswell:
Today we added a layer of water and tissue paper to our clay moulds. We then glued more tissue paper onto the mould which will give our puppets strength.
30/6/20 - Today we worked on our puppets again. The tissue paper had been cut off the mould ( this involved a very sharp stanley knife so Miss Thomas needed to do this bit!) We were then able to paint the puppets using acrylic paint.
Over the time we have been away the children of the Key workers have helped keep our potatoes and beans healthy. The beans were ready to pick. They look amazing and Ciaran and Jayden really enjoyed finding the biggest bean.
As we can not use the hall at the moment we decided to do Field Time instead.
Luckily the weather was on our side and we had great fun using lots of different equipment: tennis, football skills, throwing and jumping through hoops.
Problem Solving is not just for Maths! Our ARC Year 6's had to decide whether to build a tall or a strong tower. It was really tricky to build a tall tower because the spaghetti kept snapping so they both opted for a strong one. Both structures were able to stand up by themselves.
Look at how our Beans and Potatoes have grown! We will be ready to pick our beans on Wednesday! Hope they taste good. We will also check the rest of our home grown produce!
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From June 15th 2020, Delaware Primary (and as hub for Gunnislake Primary) is open only for children of key workers, vulnerable groups, Year 6, Year 1 and Reception children. From 29th June we will be welcoming back Y5 pupils for 3 days a week.
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