Outdoor Learning Area: Moving into the next term, we have opened up our outdoor area for the children to explore and problem solve independently. This week they have been getting familiar with some of the games and activities they'll have to complete.
Forest School: We've had our last Forest School for the year now and what a fantastic experience it has been! We've done everything from exploring our local woods and the river to trying to use flint to start a fire. Some of us were even brave enough to try out the swings we made!
Always Time Treat: Well done to everyone who earned their always time treat this term and got to handle some very exotic animals!
The BFG: We compared the Giant from Jack and the Beanstalk to the BFG and wondered what the BFG's infamous snozzcumbers and frobscottle actually tasted like.
Plants: After lots of reading about Beanstalks, we decided to grow our own for the garden. Here is how it grew over the first two weeks. We wrote about our observations before we planted the sprouts properly in soil.
Story sequencing: After reading lots of different versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, we sequenced the story and orally rehearsed our favorite story telling language.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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