We have been very busy this week. Have a look at our photo wall as you come into school here are just a few photos of what we have been doing this week.
“We made saltdough, it was really good and I loved it!” (Ellie)
“We made cupcakes with the saltdough and we decorated them they looked pretty.” (Eleanor)
In the outdoor area we have been having fun and getting messy!
“I was making patterns in the foam it was good fun!” (Delilah)
What a fantastic afternoon we have had! We have been visited by children from nursery, and together, all of the infants have been busy with all things dinosaur!
We made dino models with salt dough, we role played out own dinosaur stories, went dotty with dinosaur dot to dots, and have coloured in the most wonderful dinosaur pictures. We thought about how we could make dinosaur noises with musical instruments, and we read some fantastic stories which were all about….can you guess?!
We had such fun, and are looking forward to the new children joining us in September.
Vulcan class have continued to create the most wonderful dinosaur hand puppets. Following our plans, we made templates, then cut out the felt. Most of us have sewn on some features. We had to show some self discipline, as it would have been easy to sew lots and lots of things on that weren’t in our plans!
Those of us that have finished our puppets had to independently sew the puppets up so that we could put our hands in them. Don’t forget to leave the bottom for your hand!!!
In Hawk class this week we are busy being very creative!
We have learnt how to manipulate plasticine using our hands and tools to shape chicks.
What do you think?
We are busy cutting out, sewing, stitching and finishing our amazing dinosaur puppets. First we drew our designs, next we cut them out of felt. After that we cut out any features our design required, such as scales, hair, horns or tails. Some of us have sewn on buttons for eyes. They are starting to look very scary!
Today Hawk performed their class assembly. This term Hawk have been learning ‘Where does our dinner come from?’
We looked at the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and planted our own beanstalks; we hope to see some beans growing soon.
After our visit to Uncle Henry’s we learnt more about how bread is made and looked at the story of The Little Red Hen. We had great fun re-telling it.
We really enjoyed performing our songs ‘Spring Chicken’ and ‘This is the way we make the bread.’
We hope you enjoyed our performance!
Today in Canberra we have been making trees from our sticks we collected last week.
Today we have finished putting together our dinosaur habitats. We have worked really hard to make sure our backgrounds are the same as our plans and that they look like prehistoric times.
I have enjoyed our topic lots the best bit has been making my Brontosaurus and his habitat.