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Author Archives: zdelahunt

Minibeast hunt in Coombe woods

Can you spot the children?

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Exploring Fauna and Flora

Enjoying the sun shine in Coombe Woods whilst searching for flowers and identifying trees.                         

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Dragons, frogs and knights

The children discovered dragon eggs on the Willowbank! They investigated further and found miniature dragons inside!            To add to the excitement, the children also discovered some changes in the pond; they noticed frogspawn and frogs!       The Year One children enjoyed whittling and tying their own swords to become knights, whilst EYFS enjoyed making … Continue reading »

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Ice Eggs

The children discovered ice eggs on the Willowbank. When they investigated further, they found miniature animals from the Arctic and the Antarctic! They had lots of fun helping the animals out of the eggs, identifying them and exploring what happens to ice as it melts.      

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Bird Feeders

We had lot of fun making bird feeders. Have a closer look our first customer has arrived.

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Christmas decorations

 

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Making woodland animals

Guess what letter I’m holding?    

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Fun and Games with EYFS

 

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Having fun in the trees

   

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Leaf rubbing,planting and playing in the mud kitchen

EYFS learnt to leaf rub and plant peas, while having lots of fun in the mud kitchen baking and cooking mud pies.

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