Charlestown Primary School

Learning Together in the 21st Century

Year 2 gets a little visitor! October 7, 2009

Filed under: School — year1charlestown @ 8:55 am
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Year 2 have been learning about the differences between new born babies and toddlers in Science.  We talked about the kinds of things babies and toddlers can do, what they eat and what they like to play with.  The children then worked in pairs to think of questions they wanted to find the answers to.  We then invited some visitors in to talk about their babies.  Unfortunately, Terri was unable to make it with her new born baby, but Natalie came with toddler Ryan, who was a little bit scared of all the attention!  The children asked Natalie lots of questions about babies and toddlers and found out a lot of information to help them with their learning.



3 Responses to “Year 2 gets a little visitor!”

  1. David Truss Says:

    Hello from Dalian, China!

    It’s great that you got a ‘little visitor’ in your class, and it sounds like you learned a lot. If you would like to learn more about your body and how it works in Science then head over to this site:
    …and click on the ‘How the Body Works’ tab.

    Have fun!
    ~Mr. Truss

  2. Melhutch Says:

    I love the picture of the baby looking at the class. I hope the baby can come back soon!

  3. I enjoyed it when my mum and my little baby brother came in to my class and the children asked a lot of questions.

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