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This afternoon we evaluated the towers we made on Friday. We realised the towers needed to be stable at the bottom by making sure the towers were strong at the bottom. We also realised that we needed to work better as a team and we needed to improve our communication. As you can see the towers were much better! 😍

As part of our new topic, the children were set a challenge to create the tallest towers. In groups, they used different resources and worked as a team to decide the best way to create their tower.

This afternoon, we learned how to correctly use a knife to cut different fruits. We learned how to use a knife safely and the dangers surrounding using knives. The children then enjoyed eating the fruit they had cut! 

In preparation for making our final product (to be revealed in a few days!), this afternoon we investigated different fastenings to attach two pieces of paper together. We used glue, paper clips, treasury tags and split pins! The children had varying opinions on each of the fastenings!

We used our painting skills to paint a paper plate green, the same colour as a beanstalk.

We then used our cutting skills to follow the line to create a spiral. We drew ourselves our own Jack and used our preferred fastener to attach him to the top of the beanstalk.
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