We read the story ‘Mr Wolf’s Pancakes’ and made our own to eat.
This is how you make them:
You need- flour, milk and eggs.
- Mix them, altogether and it turns into batter.
- Cook it in a pan.
- Flip the pancake.
- Put some syrup or sugar on.
- Then it is ready and you can eat it.
This week the children found that some of our small world animals had become frozen and stuck in ice. So they investigated the best place to melt the ice. We put them in four different areas: One outside, one on the radiator, one in warm water and the other one inside. Most of the children predicted that the one on the radiator would melt the fastest and were surprised to find that it was actually the one in warm water.
What an apt topic we have chosen, with our recent weather! The children have enjoyed exploring snow and ice, with lots of great vocabulary used and learned. We have an awesome ‘Animal Rescue Centre’ in the class where children can role play saving polar animals.
We have loved using the wintery theme in our maths too, we are getting more confident in counting to 20.