Monday, 12 February 2018

Ocean continues and we move to the Grasslands.

Our tadpoles are turning into frogs!!


Water Play with our new hopscotch water spray.


What is it like to be underwater?

Khun Nat and Ms Jane held the water fabric over our heads and made it go up and down like waves. We were the colour of water.


Continuing to mix colours with clay... 

Forests, seeds and recycling.

Welcome to our continuing study of animals and their habitats.

In the role play corner we have a camp site set up where the children can experience being out in the grasslands where they have to live in tents and cook on campfires. We have lanterns, binoculars, a camera and a note clipboard for them.

 Cooking on the campfire.

  Cutting firewood.

Sleeping in the tent with the lanterns.

Looking for animals.

Taking photos and writing notes.


Being eaten by a Boa Constrictor.

This is a poem written by Shel Silverstein which we use as part of the fun of learning.

After our Boa Constrictor has eaten we let him sleep in the number basket for a while.


Growing plants.

I asked the children what they would like to grow in our garden and they said they would like flowers. So we have all planted a range of different flower seeds and they have started to sprout. When they are a little bigger we will plant them in our classroom garden beds.


Book Day

 We were visited by the Year 5 children who shared books we chose and then stayed to play with us. So much fun.