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Author Archives: zdelahunt

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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Busy birds!

After learning about how different birds build their nests, the Year One children worked together to build their own giant nest.    

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Whittling, planting and playing

The children in EYFS are learning how to whittle using a potato peeler. They chopped and ate their carrots afterwards.   Sunflowers were planted too. The children are going to make sure that the flowers have enough water, warmth and light to grow as tall as they can. They also enjoyed using their imagination in the mud kitchen whilst … Continue reading »

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A home for Ned

Year One worked together to make a home for Ned, a hedgehog. They found out that hedgehogs need protecting from other animals and garden tools so tried to make their hedgehog homes not too large and with a small entrance preventing larger animals from getting in.                 Then … Continue reading »

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Scavenger Hunting

We had fun playing with sticky weed on the way to the woods which sticks just like Velcro! Then we had a scavenger hunt. We found different types of flowers, litter (unfortunately), a hazel tree and lots of other things.        

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Exploring the different colours in the woods

   

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