The children were so excited for today!
It was time for us to go on our ‘Family Bear Hunt’. The children had worked so hard to learn the story, and re-tell it.
They then set about creating story maps for their parents/carers to follow. They also put so much effort into creating props, signs and food for this event too.
Just look how much fun we had!
We went through the long wavy grass.
Through the deep cold river.
Through the thick oozy mud.
Through the big dark forest.
Through the swirling whirling snow storm.
Then they finally got to the narrow, gloomy cave.
We then got a certificate for re-telling the story at the end, which had our own footprint on and a photo with a bear.
Well, after so many adventures we had become really hungry. It was time to toast some marshmallows and cook some hot dogs.
We then washed this all down with some hot chocolate!
It’s GREAT being an adventurer!
We have been very ‘green fingered’ in Wrens. We have grown our own garlic.
We then prepared this and made some garlic butter, which we spread on our baguettes to make garlic bread.
Take a look at the end product. It was delicious!
We had some captivating creatures come to visit us on Friday afternoon. Take a look at some of the things which came to visit us.
Some of us were very brave, and even had these sat on our heads.
We learnt lots of interesting facts out about them too. The lady from ‘Captivating Creatures’ was very interesting, and we all loved it!
Last week, we took part in the whole school art project, based on ‘Tiger in a Tropical Storm’ by Henri Rousseau. We have been using the 2 simple drawing program on the computers to create pictures, painting fabulous pictures and we also created a class collage of a tiger.
One thing we particularly loved doing was creating tiger masks for our tiger dance.
Here we are creating our masks.
We managed to perform our tiger dance on the new stage. It was great fun! The dance is called ‘Can You Dance Like a Tiger?’ We do hope you enjoy watching it. You might want to join in too.
Weren’t we brilliant?