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Category Archives: Leaping Leopards
Here is a selection of homework by Leaping Leopards. We have had some fantastic castles built out of materials found around the home. Do you think Queen Victoria would like to live in one of these? In addition … Continue reading
Home Work Menu Summer 1 This half term Leaping Leopards are selecting one piece of homework a week to complete. Above is the homework menu. Keep checking the blog to see if your homework gets posted.
Today in Leaping Leopards we have been looking at primary and secondary sources. When we understood what these were, we looked at different types of sources e.g. photographs, film archive, diary, website. We then went onto look at how reliable, … Continue reading
This half term, Leaping Leopards are looking at the Victorians. To start our topic off we played a game called artifact pursuit. To play this game we had to roll a dice and then we had to place a counter … Continue reading
In Leaping Leopards Orange group have been reading George’s Marvellous Medicine. Can you tell me about George’s Marvellous Medicine? What do you like the most about the book? If you were to make a medicine, what would you put in … Continue reading
Listen to this recording to find out more about how Leopards have used in the picture for inspiration. Leopards in the Picture
On Wednesday Leaping Leopards went to Cliffe Castle. We used our noticing skills to look closely at different rocks and draw them. We liked looking at the lava rock because this came from a volcano. We also looked at how … Continue reading
On World Book Day as a school we are going to write a story together, each class will write a paragraph for our story. Some information to get us started. Place- A Dark Woods. People- Sam the Carpenter, Angelica the … Continue reading
Are you 8 or older and have been enjoying programming in Computing this term? Would you like to have a day building your own games with other kids and families like you? Are you free on Saturday 1st March? How … Continue reading