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Another reads winner! Our cactus is now a beautiful tree! Our tadpoles are nearly froglets! They will become froglets when they breathe air.

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Our Growing Area We are growing Bluebells. Thanks for these beautiful Bluebells Ronnie. Our tadpoles have back legs forming now. Look at this big tadpole, what will it turn into? Our Classroom Environment. Another reading winner! We won 1st place for our amazing attendance.

Our resident flamingo, relaxing by the tadpoles. Exploring the wildlife in our pond area. You read times, congratulations! Another winner, well done! Froggy, Froggy! Newsletter: edition Bog Baby In music we have been using high and low voices when singing this song. Reading Times Winners! We came 1st in the Attendance Cup! Julia is very proud of her Flamingos! Homework this week: Spelling the days of the week. Access it via EducationCity or in your homework book. Well done Freddie. Sport Relief Events.

Que Tiempo Hace hoy? This is Spanish weather song we sang along to during our year 1 showcase. Newsletter Edition: March 11th Newsletter 12 Planting Potatoes. Reading Winners. Measuring Capacity by Creating Alien Drinks. We read the scales on the jug. We filled the jugs to match a given measurement. We made alien drinks. Alien goo flavour. Squashed alien flavour. Alien brains flavour. How much drink is in this jug? We measured in millilitres. EducationCity Homework: Your children now have their log ins and I can see that some of you have already completed some homework.

Newsletter Edition: 26th February Newsletter 11 Julia the Flamingo is so proud of the class. Red Ted Winners A beautiful book for reading times! Another RedTed has found a new home! Constructing Chairs in DT. Look at our fabulous homework projects! Alisha's amazing alien. Zuzanna's box of 'space'.

Samuel's super spaceship. Chloe's astronaut on a rocket. Riley's racing rocket. Mario's marvellous rocket. Jack's Unidentified Flying Object. Lovely painting of Earth. A rocket and a picture. Lots of facts about space too! Another challenge, a drawing of a house. We have been building houses in DT using art straws. In literacy the pupils have now innovated the story of Beegu. This lead to fantastic stories where Beegu visited Drapers Mills Primary Academy and became lost in the canteen. Beegu met the teachers and pupils and made some good friends.

Next we will be inventing our own 'wishing' story. Stars of the Week: Lexie and Abigail: Lexie is now a white mini-ninja badge holder and managed to do this in 2 minutes. Independent Learning Making a house using stickle bricks. Finding dominoes that equal the parking space. Finding number bonds to One pupil took photos of the independent learning she saw. This week: Literacy: We have continued with our Talk 4 Writing imitation work and the pupils are now able to retell the whole story of Beegu including actions.

Learning in Week 2. Homework Challenge on Space Space challenges. Newsletter: Edition 8: Star of the Week: Samuel: We have been learning the words and actions to the story 'Beegu'. Samuel is amazing at this and helps the class when stuck. Well done Samuel. Adding a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number. Riley was super at adding these numbers together!

Challenge: Which two numbers could equal 20?

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Talk for Writing This is our action for 'Beegu'. We really need to improve our attendance in Flamingo class. Our attendance percentage so far this year is Term 3 This term our topic will be based around 'Aliens' and 'Space'. Newsletter: Edition 7 Learning Together Afternoon We had Christmas craft problems to solve. A model magic snowman. Parents and pupils worked together. Can you make the decorations just using a picture? A tall snowman. We challenged the pupils to make long paperchains.

Thank you to all the parents who attended. Was this the longest chain? A Christmas tree made with lolly sticks. Can you make a paperchain as tall as you? This is nearly the length of the classroom! Race for Life. Up, Up, Up! Everyone was in school today, look who paid us a visit! Attendance Ted! We love reading stories in our tiger themed book area. Sharing a story. What is your favourite story? What do you think this story is about?

Viktor has been solving maths problems with ease, keep it up Viktor. Sesame Street - Kermit and Grover show short and long Flamingo class liked this video that introduced mathematic vocabulary. Our Composer Day Writing Our representation of the music. We worked whilst listening to the score. A very good link to the music. Wow, a fierce dragon breathing fire. We linked our tableaux to our writing.

We created an acrostic poem as a class. Parent's Evening Thank you to all those parents who came to meet with me on Monday and Tuesday evening. Star of the Week: Layla: We were super impressed with how Layla has been applying her phonic knowledge this week. She chose to continue her learning independently and attempted to spell ambitious words when comparing the food of a human and a tiger.

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Our Tiger Themed Classroom. Check out this homework! A collage from Chloe. Mario made a 3D tiger. What a beautiful painting from Ronnie. Our non-fiction writing. We create a mind map of questions about tigers. We created a blurb for our information books. Flamingo class thought of some super questions. Newsletter Term 1 Edition 4 Newsletter 4 Acting Out 'Meerkat Mail'. Hats Hat starter activity. Book Review: Oi Frog! I read this in the shop and it made me laugh so I bought it for my nephew. This book is full of words that rhyme with animals and some are very amusing. There are great illustrations too.

I really liked the ending. Literacy This week we have been levelling up our vocabulary in literacy using chilli words. Can you level up these mild words? Our Handwriting Lessons A fantastic start to cursive writing from Lucy. Contains a glossary and index.

Moo and Moo and Little Calf too It's the middle of the night, and the big super moon is high in the sky. All the cows are fast asleep, until This is the true story of the famous Kaikoura cows and their remarkable adventure. Moo and Moo and you can guess who? The famous Kaikoura earthquake cows are back!

What have they been up to since they were rescued? Nine months on, Moo and Moo are about to embark on yet another remarkable adventure. Moo: Talk to the farm animals Make all the noises of the farm animals. Lots of rhyme and colourful illustrations. Moon shines out of the dark, The Harry loves to know when things are going to happen. Mum usually says 'Time to get up', 'Time for the bus' and 'Time to sleep now, Harry'. But Mum's been away for ages. And Harry has had to guess what's coming next. One cold, cloudy night, Harry stays awake, thinking and wondering Will the moon shine out of the dark?

Moonlight As two parents attempt to help their child fall asleep at bedtime, they find they are becoming more and more sleepy. A book without text that tells the story through pictures. Moonlit picnic Even though it's night time Buttercup and Poppy decide to find Water-Lily at the lake.

They're sure she'll still be up because her flower only comes out at night. But their night-time adventure almost ends in disaster when Buttercup discovers that she's lost something precious. Moose is loose, The When the sneaky, slippery and sly animals on the train escape, it's up to Mac and Bruce to get them back onboard. Mopoke This is a mopoke. Mopoke loves peace and quiet. He is about to find out that you can't always get what you want.

More and more and more Henry Harper loves collecting. But what happens when more and more becomes too much? More caps for sale After finally getting his caps back from a group of mischievous monkeys, the peddlar begins to walk home. He does not look back. He does not see the monkeys following him. Right foot, left foot, right foot, all in step. Now, those pesky monkeys are sitting in a tree in the pedlar's backyard.

Morris the mole Down and be digging! Into the dirt! Beetles for breakfast and worms for dessert! With a twirl of his spade and a twitch of his nose, Morris makes tunnels wherever he goes. How much mayhem can one mole make? Dive in with the ever-exuberant Morris and find out! Morris's disappearing bag Morris's older siblings share each other's noisy toys but no-one wants to play with Morris until he finds a very special present left under the tree and disappears. Now, everyone wants to play with Morris's present. Moses the kitten Moses is a lost, bedraggled kitten who goes to live on a farm.

He adopts a very unusual mother. Most wonderful thing in the world, The When a king and a queen promise to marry their daughter, Lucia, to the man who can show them the most wonderful thing in the world, suitors descend on the palace, bearing ever more amazing and exotic gifts. But, nothing feels quite right, and the king and queen are exhausted. When a shy, young man, who isn't a suitor, steps forward, the king and queen finally understand what the most wonderful thing in the world really is.

Mother fox and her cubs, The At the edge of the forest, Mother Fox gazes fondly at her young frolicking in the snow. But, the cubs venture a bit too far and, all of a sudden, they vanish. Mother Fox sets off in search of them but there are so many trees and the snow is very deep. Finding them is going to be tricky. Maybe, you can help. Mother Goose remembers Childhood favourites illustrated with hand-sewn designs, using antique fabrics, felt, beads, braids, lace, buttons, and bric-a-brac.

In each scene, a single stitched feather floats for young readers to discover. Mountains Habitats of the world Simple text, suitable for an independent reader, with beautifully presented photographic illustrations, looking at examples of the plant and animal life that inhabit mountains. Includes good information, a glossary of terms and an index. Julia is super curious and very stubborn.

Sam lives in the middle of Mouse Mansion with his mum, dad, brothers and sisters. Sam is super shy and very well-behaved. But when he is with Julia, Sam finds himself doing things he normally wouldn't dare. The two mice are inseparable. And together they get up to all sorts of fun Moving house Sarah tells the story of moving house. She shares her fears at leaving her old home and her joy when she discovers a new friend. Includes notes on how to prepare children for moving. Mozzie and Midgie When Mozzie and Midgie meet a colourful parrot who boasts of being the most beautiful bird on the island, the two young spoonbills set off to find out what could make them beautiful and special.

Mozzie with a sharp snozzie, The Everyone adored the beautiful butterflies that gathered around the pond. Mozzie most of all. One day he gathered up his courage and asked if he could fly around with them. But beautiful butterflies do not hang out with ugly, boring mosquitoes. He comes up with cunning plan to become a beautiful butterfly that just might work.

Mr Archimedes' bath Mr Archimedes and his animal friends try to work out why the water always overflows when they have a bath together. Mr Billy's goat The farm animals are left alone while Mr Billy goes off to buy new trousers.

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They get up to mischief while he is away and the goat eats his suit coat. Just as well Mr Billy doesn't buy the new trousers. Mr Bunny's chocolate factory Do you want to know how chocolate eggs are made? Step inside Mr Bunny's chocolate factory to find out! Mr Chicken arriva a Roma Mr Chicken's taste for travel is insatiable. Now, it's time to visit Rome, a city of ancient wonders, Vespa motorcycles and delicious things to eat. Mr Chicken lands on London London is Mr Chicken's favourite city in the whole world and he can't wait to see all the sights.

He's a chicken with style so, naturally, he stays at the Savoy. After a full English breakfast, his first stop is Buckingham Palace to visit his special friend, the Queen. And on he goes, visiting all the famous places.

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Mr Chicken can certainly keep up a hectic pace. Mr Darcy Mr Darcy is a rather reserved and gentle duck who lives in the best park. He feels very important and he likes to tip his very tall hat. Mr Darcy's life is a little lonely until he discovers that it's alright to let friends into his life. Mr Darcy the dancing duck Mr Darcy is a very popular duck with many friends to greet as he takes his morning walk.

By the end of his walk he is very unhappy because everyone is dancing in joy because it is spring and Mr Darcy can't dance. With his friends' help he gains his confidence to join in the spring dances. Mr Gumpy's outing Mr Gumpy's boat becomes a miniature ark when he takes two children and various animals for a ride.

Everyone's having a lovely time until disaster strikes. He takes with him a big bag of bread to feed the animals. But when he arrives at the zoo, there's a notice board that says, 'do not feed the animals'. He takes off all his clothes and jumps into the sea because, of course, fleas don't like the water. Children laugh at Mr McGee running around without his clothes on. Mr McGee and the blackberry jam Mr McGee wakes in a grumpy mood and decides he wants blackberry jam for breakfast.

Finding the blackberries is not as simple as he first thought. A chance to perform and share the fun, so come and join in everyone. Mr McGee and the perfect nest Lazy bird is searching for the perfect nest when she stumbles upon just the thing, Mr McGee's umbrella. Will Mr Mcgee manage to get his umbrella back? Despite his subsequent adventures, with the help of his umbrella he returns safely to his apple tree without spilling a drop of tea from his teapot.

Mr McGee series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. Mr Moon wakes up Mr Moon always sleeps. He naps during hide-and-seek, passes out on puzzles and dozes during adventure stories. But when we go to sleep, Mr Moon wakes up and what adventures we go on. Mr Ouchy's first day Kids are not the only ones who stay awake, nervous and wondering about their first day at school. Mr Ouchy, who's not grouchy, finds that his new students have enough questions and energy to make him feel at ease.

Mr Pegg's post Anna and her parents live in a lighthouse, surrounded by the ocean, far from neighbours and friends.

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Their only visitor is Mr Pegg, the postman. But when Mr Pegg needs help with his deliveries, Anna comes to the rescue. Maybe she will find some friends after all? He just has to get his paws on that trophy and nothing is going to stand in his way, not even that mean, double-crossing poodle, Madame Fifi Foo-Foo. The hideous noise that was the reason for Mr Pusskins being put outside, may not have been made by him.

Mr Rabbit and the lovely present A little girl doesn't know what to give her mother for her birthday but Mr Rabbit helps her with ideas based on her mother's favourite colours. McGee Mr McGee does not live in a house, but under a tree. One day, he finds an apple under his tree and when he eats it, strange things happen to him. Waiting for the wave is boring, hot and maybe even dangerous so she makes frequent return trips to shore to get things.

They still may not know what to do when the Big Wave arrives. Mrs Honey series Humorous tales about the misfortunes of the lovable grandmother, Mrs Honey, and her cat. Mrs Honey's dream One of a series of humorous tales about the misfortunes of the lovable grandmother, Mrs Honey, and her cat. A delightful, dream adventure involving pirates. Mrs Honey's glasses One of a series of humorous tales about the misfortunes of the lovable grandmother, Mrs Honey, and her cat. This book is about the mystery of her missing glasses.

Mrs Honey's hat The lovable grandmother, Mrs Honey, has a beautiful hat which attracts small creatures. During the course of a week, Mrs Honey's hat gradually changes as her nephew and a variety of animals take items from it and leave others in their place. Mrs Honey's holiday You can do anything if you try.

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Mrs Honey encourages her grandchildren but not quite in the way she intended. Mrs Honey's tree One of a series of humorous tales about the lovable grandmother, Mrs Honey. Here, she is faced with a real dilemma to work out which is more important, a tree or a bus shelter. Sometimes, choices we have to make are not as clear as they seem. Soon, cats in twos, threes and fours come to her door until the house is bursting. But, something, or someone, is missing. Mrs Muffly's monster Mrs Muffly lives by herself in a house on top of a hill. She's always been a bit strange but, lately, she's been acting very, very strangely.

When Mrs Muffly buys huge amounts of butter, eggs, flour, sugar and jam, she must be keeping something very, very large in her house. Mrs White and the red desert Mrs White was in the higgledy-piggledy garden. Suddenly billowing over the hill came a big red sand storm. She doesn't realise that other people don't see their behaviour and the problems they cause in quite the same way. Ms Johnstone to the rescue When a dog fight threatens the playground, the other teachers are not very helpful but Ms Johnstone saves the day. Mo is a long-suffering, not very adventurous white goat who has lots of patience.

They are best friends but Muddle is rather confused about what type of animals they are. Fortunately, during the course of their walk together, Mo helps Muddle get his identity sorted out. Muddled-up farm Muddled-up farm is a special place where all the animals make peculiar sounds. Using rollicking rhyme, this delightful and humorous tale tells of a farm inspector's frustrations as he tries to fix a farm's mixed-up ways.

Mulga's magical musical creatures While he's sleeping, a musician dreams of banjo-playing owls, jazz-fluting kangaroos, trumpeting elephants and whistling toucans. When he wakes up, he's inspired to write a song. Mum goes to work It's early morning and everyone is arriving at the noisy child care centre. Mums are off to work, doing a variety of roles in different workplaces. The children are also busy, sharing activities and having lots of fun.

Mum who was made of money, The Cleo and Jake keep pestering their mother to buy them things. She tells them that if she was made of money, this wouldn't be a problem. They both wish as hard as they possibly can and, suddenly, their mother changes. Mummies are amazing Mummies do many amazing things. Find out what they can do and what they are good at. Murgatroyd's garden Murgatroyd really, really hated having his hair washed. When his parents tried, Murgatroyd's screams were so loud that they could be heard by everyone, everywhere.

So, his parents stopped washing his hair. Murgatroyd smiled, quiet descended and a magnificent garden began to grow on his head. Musicians of Bremen, The A retelling of the much-loved fairy tale, with surprises under each lift-up flap. Mutt dog A scruffy dog is brave and fast and smart but he's all alone. A heart-warming, waggly tale of resilience and belonging.

My amazing Dad Dad isn't very handy around the house but he's brilliant at turning the everyday into something exciting. My Australia This is my country Come on a poetic journey that celebrates the beauty and diversity of Australia's landscapes. Relish the visual delights of our continent - from dry deserts to lush rain forests, high mountains to stormy seashores, and winding rivers to fertile swamp lands - all the magical places that are my Australia.

Large text with beautifully embroidered picture clues. My big book of animals A collection of animals, categorised and well-illustrated. My cat likes to hide in boxes All the exotic cats from around the world might like to do exciting things but this cat, a plain, ordinary cat, likes to hide in boxes. My cat Maisie Andrew doesn't have anyone to play with. The dog next door is too rough. When a scruffy, ginger cat arrives at his house, Andrew learns how to be gentle with her.

My Chinatown Chinatown in New York is a place of dragons, dreams, memories, fireworks and delicious food on every corner. My dad In this lovingly told story, a son proudly describes and exaggerates his father's accomplishments. My dad's a wrestler A young boy is the number one fan of his Dad who is a storeman by day, and a keen but unsuccessful wrestler by night. Known as The Percolator, Dad is far from pretty but, to his son, Dad is a hero just like those in the Greek myths he learns about at school.

My dog Bigsy Meet my dog Bigsy. He's only small but everyone knows he's the boss. Each morning, he visits the animals on the farm. What a lot of noise. And, all because of Bigsy. My dog Dash Dash is badly behaved at puppy school. He chews things that he shouldn't, he makes puddles on the floor, he wrecks the garden and steals food off the bench when no one is looking.

Perfectly standard behaviour for a puppy but Dash is far from an ordinary pet. My dog socks An ordinary dog becomes extraordinary through the magic of a child's imagination. While most people think Socks is just an ordinary dog, through a child's eyes he becomes an enchanted character of many disguises - a chameleon who changes with his environment. One day he's a contented cow rolling in grass, the next a sleek seal basking on rocks, or even a terrible tiger, sprinting from hunters and searching for prey. However, regardless of his many guises Socks offers a dog's unconditional love and loyalty, for 'when he is by my side, he is my best friend'.

My dog's a scaredy cat Stanley is scared of everything - big dogs, little dogs, cars, water, butterflies and even cats. My first pet A boy experiences all the joy and responsibility of having a first pet. He chooses a guinea pig. The story comes with notes on guinea pigs and advice from the vet.

My friend Ernest It's the first day of school and Oscar is trying hard to be brave. Oscar's mum feels sure he will make lots of friends. But, Oscar isn't so sure, particularly when Ernest the dragon seems so mean and scary. My friend Fred My friend Fred eats dog food for breakfast. I think dog food is disgusting. My friend Fred howls at the moon. I don't know why. He does a lot of funny things. But even though we are different, Fred is my best friend.

My friend is sad Gerald is careful, Piggie is not. Piggie cannot help smiling, Gerald can. Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to. Gerald and Piggie are best friends and when Gerald is sad, Piggie can't be happy and wants to make everything alright again. My grandad marches on Anzac Day Anzac day and it's significance as seen through the eyes of a young girl. She goes to the pre-dawn Anzac Day service with her father where they watch her grandad march in the parade.

My grandma lived in Gooligulch Grandma's adventures romp along in rollicking, rhyming verse with bright illustrations of Australian animals, especially birds. My happy sad mummy Sometimes, Mummy has happy days, other days can be sad days. Sometimes, Mum is so sad, she has to go to hospital. My hen is dancing Let's see what happens in the hen house.

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Softly coloured pictures and lively, poetic text. My hippopotamus is on our caravan roof getting sunburnt The world famous hippo returns for a seaside holiday with the family. And what does our imaginary hippo pack in his overnight bag? Cake, of course! My kite is stuck and other stories Big Duck, Little Duck and Porcupine return for another trio of stories. Join them on adventures making lemonade, making new friends and trying to get Big Duck's kite out of a tree. My meerkat mum Up. Meerkat Mum leads the way. Snuggle up, little pup, join them in a meerkat day!

My mum My mum is skilled in many areas. I love her and know that she will always love me. My Mum is a magician Some mums gulp green tea, with bitter barley blends. But my mum is a magician, her cup of coffee never ends. All mums are different. But what if your mum was really different? What if your mum was a magician? Retrieved July 13, Retrieved July 12, Primetime Emmy Award categories. Individual Achievement in Animation. Main Title Design. Engineering Philo T. Farnsworth Award.

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