Can you write a letter to Ernest Shackleton or to someone at home to tell them about your adventures in Antarctica? Write down in your journal all the things that you have seen! Remember to track your journey on the map.
In the maths area, use the diennes to partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and ones.
Our story continues....
We met Ernest Shackleton again. He was asking for funding. He looked deep in thought, looking at pages of writing of some kind. We then heard him speak… He told us how he needed funding to build the ship, and how he would become famous.
Would it be good if we were to plan how the ship would look and what would be needed in the ship? Shall we write a list of things that would be needed on the ship?
I wonder what sort of people we would need on board the ship?
Someone to steer the ship
Someone to make sure the lifeboats are working
Someone to cook the food
Someone to read the map
Someone to take photographs of what we see
Someone to handle the dogs and make sure they are looked after carefully
Some of our amazing letters to Ernest Shackleton
Antarctica art work
We have started to look at some art work showing Antarctica. How does it make you feel? What can you see? I wonder what sounds you might hear?
Forest school friendship
Daffodils class use the forest school as an extension of our classroom, we continue our friendships and explore our surroundings.
This is the blog of Daffodils Class (Year 2 and 3)