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We discuss any links between the objects and between the objects and the music. Well done to our engineers of the future! The children also learnt about careers at Rexroth and in the wider world.

The overall concept was to analyse the balance between function and aesthetic in engineering and design. A stranger with cold eyes brings her the earth's blanket, the ocean blanket and more, but nothing can warm the cold princess, until one day a musician wanders into the land, and her heart melts with warmth and love.

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Can the children describe the setting and action and then change the place and time using text signposts? I sit the children in a circle whilst the music plays and I hand out memories from the box for the children to handle and discuss. In Maths, this half term, the children have been revising all aspects of decimals, fractions and percentages They then tested the strength of the bridges with kilogram weights. They then write captions in character to go with each picture. I have used this for a range of writing - the most poignant was writing home from the battlefield to a loved one, with children describing the man dying. Next we watch the video - the children fill in a what we know, what we want to know and what we have guessed sheet.

In Maths, this half term, the children have been revising all aspects of decimals, fractions and percentages The second task was to construct strong 3D shapes using more rigid straws joined by bent paperclips. This work really consolidated the class work on nets and 3D shape from the previous term.

The children have written some great descriptions but have also held some fun discussions and class debates about possible solutions to helping the princess get warm again.

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They then write captions in character to go with each picture. In Maths, this half term, the children have been revising all aspects of decimals, fractions and percentages In the first task, the children used art straws and tape to design and build a bridge which would accommodate 2 way traffic and ensure that no cars fell off. The children also learnt about careers at Rexroth and in the wider world. Can the children describe the setting and action and then change the place and time using text signposts? The second task was to construct strong 3D shapes using more rigid straws joined by bent paperclips. The children often guess that the story is sad - maybe someone looking back at their life. It is an ideal film for inspiring a story using flashbacks and flash-forwards. After an introductory talk about the uses of hydraulics in the real world, the children took part in three different activities - two focusing on hydraulics and one on pneumatics. I play this video with the IWB turned off so the children can only hear the music. I have also done an activity where the children create a 'photo diary' of memories - they can use stills from the animation or draw their own photos.
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