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    Jungle Art

    We have been working on some jungle art. We started by doing a water colour background using a mix of different greens. We painted a tiger and cut out the ears, nose…

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    Hyacinth Art

    We enjoyed making these beautiful flowers. I like to use materials like these bottle caps to create Art with the children.  

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    Park Walk

    The Caterpillars really enjoyed getting out and exploring in the park. We even found a frog and some ladybugs!

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    First field trip as Caterpillars

    We had an amazing day at Ichinomiya Tower Park. The kids loved getting out and had a lot of fun playing on the jungle gyms. We were all very tired after our…

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    Painting Planets

    In Geography we learnt about planets. So we used some fun colours and puffy paint to make our own colourful planets. We also added in some pretty stars!

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    Parachute Practise

    We have started practicing our parachute dance for sports day. It is a great listening exercise. Each week we show the children something new and they are excited to try it. Here…

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    Easter fun!

    The kids really enjoyed finding all the eggs that were hiding around the classroom. We also made some beautiful painted eggs!

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    Winter Tree Art

    Just before our Christmas holidays we made some beautiful winter trees. I love showing the children different techniques. We mixed colours, tried splatter art, tore paper, did sponge painting and used the…

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    Christmas and Cake!

    The last school day of 2020! This year has gone by so quickly. We had a little visit with Santa and got to ask some very important questions, like where the Reindeer…

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    Mummy, we made a mummy!

    When I first told the kids we were making mummies, I created quite a bit of confusion! After much explaining and showing lots of cartoon pictures, they understood what I was talking…