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In Literacy, we have been writing our own non-chronological reports about Viking longships. We have explored a range of example texts; identified and compared features; planned our writing and will be publishing it as part of a mini museum alongside our longship models which we are making in DT.
We are now looking at 'A Christmas Carol' and writing narratives based on the story. We will be focusing on the use of dialogue.
Please read some of our fantastic Non-Chronological Reports about Viking longships!
In Topic, we are coming to the end of our Vikings unit. We have completed double page spreads to tell the truth about the Vikings and answer our key question 'Were the Viking really vicious?'. Look at our amazing work!
DT - Viking Longships
Viking Knowledge Organiser
In Science, we completed our Tooth Decay experiment, where we placed eggs in different liquids to see their impacts on the shell. We found out that Vinegar would be particularly bad for teeth - it made the egg shell go soft!
We've now moved on to looking at food chains and food webs.
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