These are our paper loop penguins. 1C made these as a fine motor activity while we were studying the Arctic environment.
The children are very proud of their work, and for the parents who helped in class that week, they know that this task was much harder than one might think!
As we are venturing closer to the end of our topic of investigation ‘Our Natural Environment’, we are now starting to think about the impact that humans have on the environment, and how we can help to conserve and protect it. There are many things that we can do, such as Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
Click on the link below to explore the interactive website Ollie’s World and have a look at the ‘Ollie Saves the Planet’ and ‘Ollie Recycles’ pages. Here you will find lots of information and games about looking after our environment.
Comment below: What do you and your family do at home to help the environment?
This term our topic of investigation is ‘Our Natural Environment’. We will be exploring many different types of environments around the world such as rainforests and the Arctic, as well as some that are more close to home such as our school environment.
The first natural environment we investigated was the desert. We learnt about the climate, animals, plants and other interesting things that can be found in the desert. Take a look at our cactus artwork below, and let us know what you think in the comments!
Here are some interactive activities that we will be using this week: