This Spring term we will be are learning about India through our topic 'Indian Adventure'. We will be learning stories and traditional tales from India, as well as learning about the history, culture, music, geography and cuisine of India. After half-term we will be focusing especially on music (as it is 'Take One Note' term at Regis) and learning some Bollywood dances!
In Science we are going to be learning about animals. We will be exploring the 6 different types of animals - mammal, amphibian, reptile, bird, fish and insect. We will also be learning about their diets (carnivore/herbivore/omnivore), their different shape/size/appearance and their habitats.
Where is India?
What is the weather like?
How many people live there?
What famous places are there in India?
What ingredients are used in Indian cooking?
How far away is it?
What animals live in India?
What are the national animals of India?
Can you think of a mammal, bird and reptile that live in India?
Is it bigger than the UK?
What is the capital city of India?
What instruments do they play?
However all children should be reading at home DAILY and bringing their reading records to school every day to change their books. Please sign your child's reading record each time they read at home. When your child has read their book 3 times (for shorter books) or once for longer books they can get a housepoint for their house team.
The children can change their reading books by popping into the reading book box in the mornings! Feel free to talk to us or write a message in their reading record if you feel their reading book is too easy or too challenging.