With the afternoons slightly lighter and a tiny taste of Spring sunshine, we ventured outside to play while waiting for dinner. Bats and balls, and sand play are some of our favourite activities. It’s fun to get active outdoors, so we made the most of our time before Winter returns; Storm Ciara is forecast for the weekend and maybe some snow next week!
We’ve gone from summer heatwave to ‘Ice Worlds’ in what seems like a flash. In the meantime PAWS have been having fun, keeping warm with Super movers and Jumpstart Jonny or chilling out with art and games.
Well we’ve waited quite some time for some warm, sunny weather and it was very hot indeed last week.
To keep cool we made a shelter using sheets, string and pegs. We thought it was great fun as a den and a place to chill out; we brought the beanbags out to sit and lie on, some of us nearly fell asleep 😄
Miss Hawtin found some ice pops in the freezer and has added more onto the food order; can we have some ice cream too please Miss Hawtin?
We were asked to help make a hot air ballon for our next topic ‘Journeys’ We painted the baloon with sponges and enjoyed it so much we wanted to carry on. Mrs Bell gave us a huge piece of card to experiment and paint freely on. We enjoyed mixing colours and just got very messy with our hands.
Here is a snapshot of some of the fun activities we have been doing in line with school topics and calendar events over the previous and current term.
Look out for more regular posts coming soon.
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