Last week our chocolate factory was in full production making our newly designed chocolate bars. A variety of interesting treats have been created with some tantalising names e.g. Creamy Crunchy Chocolate Temptation and Marvminty Mystery. We are now working on our packaging and have been tasked with making it bright and bold with images to tempt us to buy the new chocolate bar and persuade Mr Wonka to choose our creation. To make sure we don’t forget the ingredients, we have written our recipes down and will be creating a class book of delicious chocolate treats. This week we are writing to Mr Wonka to invite him to our chocolate launch on Thursday 24th October at 2.30pm and look forward to seeing you there as well. We will need to make our letters persuasive in order to convince Mr Wonka to attend.
In science, we have been learning about the human skeleton and you make have noticed some in our classroom windows. We have found out about the three main functions of the skeleton: to hold us upright, to protect our organs and to help us move. On Friday, we investigated a statement made by Dr Bones: “All the bones of the skeleton are larger in taller people.” We used border roll to measure each other, then recorded the results in a table and were quite surprised by what we discovered. What do you think? Do you agree with Dr Bones?