We are taking a trip down into the sea in this adventure. Our friend, Finn the rainbow fish, has gone missing and it's our job to find him!
We had lots of fun with the Leeds recycling team. We learnt about what bin to put our rubbish in and why it is so important to not litter!
We wanted to make straws which weren't made out of plastic to help the animals. We tested lots of different materials and decided paper was the best!
We then made our straws out of paper and drew fun under the sea designs on them so people would buy them.
We didn't want to be stung by a jellyfish so we learnt a magical dance so that we would be protected.
We had our very own debate. Some of the class were for keeping plastic and the other half were against! I didn't know I had so many superstars in my class when it came to debating. Listen for yourselves...
We learnt about turtles and their habitats. We then wrote about how they are suited for their surroundings and wondered if we could keep one as a school pet!
We looked at under the sea animals and thought about their habitats. We learnt about how they can hide in coral and what they like to snack on. We then designed our own under the sea pictures.
Look at our diary entries. We wrote about what happened on our trip to see Timmy the turtle.
Look at our amazing rainbow fish. We used paint to decorate them.
We wrote a letter to Mcdonalds thanking them for using paper straws and for helping the environement.