This term we are going to be finding out what it might have been like to live in a castle. How would it be different from our lives today? We will start by remembering our visit to Oakham Castle in term 1 and what we know about the Tower of London. We will be learning the names of the different parts of the castle and drawing our own. There will be a 3D shape castle challenge and we will also make a class model of a castle, hopefully complete with drawbridge and moat!
We will enjoy lots of different stories set in castles and have a go at writing our own using lots of adjectives.
Very excitingly, on Wednesday 22nd March we will be heading off to Lincoln Castle to take part in their Castle Wow day- details to follow.
Our homework challenge this term is to be a Spring detective and try and spot signs of Spring. We will also be looking at different stories from the Bible, including the Easter story.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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