Our new topic this half term is ‘Memory box’.
Can you remember being small? Being a baby and learning to crawl? Do you recall a favourite toy, maybe a teddy bear or a favourite book? Look back at family photos of special occasions, perhaps holiday snapshots or a birthday or two. Remember a wedding or a christening and find a funny photo of your parents when they were young. Learn how to write a diary of days gone by and find out about the days before you were born: it’s called history and it’s all about the past. Then make a special box, a memory box, to keep special things safe. In years to come, you can revisit them and remember how you looked when you were young. Memories are special. Let’s make some more!
This week we have been thinking about what makes us special and how we are all unique. We have been writing lists using commas, learning about number bonds and adding and thinking about how we change as we grow older.
In PE this week Mr Edwards asked us to try our activities sitting down so that we could experience how it might feel to be in a wheelchair.