This topic is closely related to our Science topic, which is 'Animals Including Humans'. In our science lessons we will be learning about the human skeleton, the names of all of the different bones and how muscles work. In addition to this we will also learn about what makes a healthy, balanced diet and what nutrients we get from our food. A radiographer is coming to visit us in October to tell us all about their job.
Our creative curriculum lessons will include finding out where in the world our food comes from, why the climates in different countries means that certain foods grow better in some countries than others and how to compose and perform a piece of music based on our main English text 'Bone Soup'. Later on this half term we will find out about the work of the artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo and will create a 'picture' on a skeleton using only fruit and vegetables. We will also be designing food packaging and then preparing our own healthy snack. Creating an advert for our snack and making a skeleton collage will also be covered in our lessons.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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