As the world prepares for the Rugby World Cup to begin tomorrow, we have been getting ourselves ready in our PE lesson this week. 4H are letting rugby fever take hold and are using our PE lessons over the next few weeks to learn the art of Tag Rugby - before hopefully competing in our very own competition. Watch this space - the future England Rugby superstars could be coming from Broadmeadow!
4H have been investigating how our teeth can be damaged by different types of drinks. They have also been working on how to carry out a fair test. The results are fairly... disgusting!
Today the dentist came to visit - don’t worry though, not the Demon one - and showed us how to look after a teeth. We learnt lots about the best ways to brush our teeth and got to ask lots of questions. Children were also lucky enough to receive a goody bag with lots of things to help them to be a Tooth Defender. Thank you very much to Bell’s Lane Surgery for helping up with our new Topic.
Quick note: if you are using the disclosing tablets with children, please do so straight after brushing teeth and be careful as they can stain clothes.
Today we have been eating apples - all in the name of science. We used the apples to help us to investigate the different teeth that we have and how each of them work. Here are some photos of us trying to use our incisors to chew the apple (which was not an easy task)
A Fantastic Start to Year 4!
It has been a very busy week in 4H... but also a very enjoyable one. The children have all come back to school full of enthusiasm and this has been shown in all of their lessons this week. In English we have been exploring some Revolting Rhymes written by the legendary Roald Dahl (and considering why some people would want to complain about them). In Maths, we have explored numbers over 1000 using a range of resources and we have set up our own Science Investigation to discover the affect that different drinks have on our teeth.
A great start everyone - looking forward to another fantastic week with you all.
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