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RE at Christmas
In RE, we thought about God's presence on Earth.
At the end of the unit, we created artwork about the Nativity and thought
about God's presence in our pictures. Ruby created this picture, showing the
Holy Family being held in God's hands.
We have been looking at how writers use verbs and choose them carefully to make their writing more interesting. Below are samples of some of the sentences we wrote for our own poems.
It was so quiet that I heard a dragon fly wing flowing.
It was so quiet that I heard a colourful rainbow shining in the sky.
It was so quiet that I heard aliens landing in space.
It was so quiet that I heard snowflakes dropping very slowly on the ground.
It was so quiet that I heard paper floating down.
It was so quiet that I heard a singing angel.
It was so quiet that I heard a snake slithering to bed in the mist.
It was so quiet that I heard a moth hovering on water.
It was so colourful that I saw a transparent cloud.
It was so colourful that I saw a raindrop fall the to ground.
It was so colourful that I saw a dragonfly's wing change colour slowly.
Our mystery visitor came into class on Tuesday 27th September 2016 during our nature project. Can you find out what this fascinating creature is?
Daniel was really interested in how it moved because he said it wrinkled up and stretched out again.
Oliver noticed that the legs were very fine and a little frilly looking!
Rose noticed the pattern on its back. We also noticed that its body had a translucent, shiny look.
We looked inside a mystery item and found this. We know it will grow into a tree, but what type of tree? This is a special seed that God has sent. We have found out the answer - can you?
Clue: Think about our hymn, Who Put the Colours in the Rainbow?