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What is the best material for a monster to be made from?

This week we started by exploring World Mental Health day, and talked lots about how to look after our minds, bodies and hearts to be happy and healthy. Across the week we have been learning how to use first-person perspective in our writing, as we imagined we were Florence Nightingale and wrote up our diary. In Maths, we have been adding and subtracting numbers using number lines and ten frames to help us understand how to make bridges across a ten. In History, we earned about Mary Seacole and how she was both similar and different to Florence Nightingale. Finally, we have finished the week by making a material monster, which the children have decorated wonderfully. We were also lucky enough to have a visitor to tell us all about Diwali and let the children dress up and take part in the story he told about the origins of the holiday.