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Year 3 & Year 4 - 3/11/15

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Year 3

Year 3 have been learning about tessellations in Math and riddles in English.  We brought these together to form a cross-curricular morning for the children creating  fortune tellers. The experience was all linked together by our class book The Wizard of Oz.

Year 4

This week at school the Year 4 children have been building suspense in their storywriting by emulating the American author R. L. Stine and in particular, his Goosebumps and Choose-Your-Own-Adventure stories! We have been writing spooky paragraphs to terrify and ‘hook’ our readers! We then read these to the class to see how many of them got ‘goosebumps’ from our horror story writing.