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We hope you enjoyed our version of A Christmas Recipe. Here are some cast photos.
It was so windy this week that lots of small branches had fallen off our Willow trees. We decided to collect them and make them into Christmas wreaths . It was quite tricky but they looked great decorating our Willow tunnel. More photos of our activities can be seen in our Forest School scrapbook in our classroom.
As part of this terms topic “Let’s celebrate”we have been learning about Diwali. We learned about Rama and Sita and made Diva lamps like the ones that guided them home in the story.
In the Rabbits’ class we enjoyed collecting lots of fallen leaves. We used the leaves to make a maze.
At the end of this terms’ topic,”There’s no place like home” we enjoyed designing and making homes out of junk.
We went looking for mini-beasts and other animals in our school grounds. We then thought about the habitats they would live in and built different homes thinking about each animals needs.
Did you come and watch the start of our Year 1 Maths lesson last Wednesday? If so,here is what we did after you left. Some of us used Numicon(the visual, coloured teaching resource)to create pairs of numbers that make 10.We then wrote down the corresponding number sentence.Some of us created number sentences for pairs to 10 by picking up digit cards and working out
In Year 2 we have been out in the school grounds trying to identify the different trees by looking at their leaves.
We have been looking for mini beasts around the school grounds and trying to find out what type of habitat they live in.
In Science in Year 2 we were asked the question: How can you inflate a balloon without blowing into it? We tried water , but it just filled the balloon. We tried vinegar and bicarbonate of soda together and the balloon inflates because they produce a gas.