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  Broadwindsor C.E. V.C. Primary School

     Mary Anning class

 

Mary Anning

 The reception children are taught by Mrs Russell and

Mrs Lewendon in Mary Anning class.

Mary Anning (1799-1847)

 

Mary Anning was one of the worlds first successful palaeontologists.

Born in Lyme Regis in the UK at the very end of the 18th Century.

 

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What have we been up to?

 

Please visit this section of our page regularly to see what we've been up to

in Mary Anning class.

 

 

This week we were investigating measuring and comparing weight. 

 

We decided to make a balance cake. 

 

We carefully made all of the ingredients balance with four eggs and we used a balance. 

We must have been very accurate with our balancing as our sponge cake was perfect. 

We shared our cake. We talked about cutting the pieces in half. 

Some of us could double the numbers to work out whether we had enough pieces. 

 

We had a tea party with china cups.  We talked about good table manners.

 

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This week we have been planning a picnic. 

 

We wrote a list of the things we would need and we also wrote invitations to each other. 

Then in maths me made a pictogram to record our choice of sandwich flavour. 

We looked at the pictogram when we had to make the sandwich for the person we had invited. 

 

The sun came out and we enjoyed our picnic on the grass.

 

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