Monthly Archives: November 2014
Kyle and Harrison helped each other to make puppets this morning. Â They had to persevere and collaborate to tie knots. Once they had made their puppet we all talked about different things that we like and don’t like, and made labels to hang on the puppets. One of the things that Kyle said he didn’t … Continue reading
I had a really good afternoon today in the woods. Two of year 6 came to the woods with me and stretched their collaboration and perseverance muscles. We talked lots this afternoon, we talked about how not everyone is good at everything, and that some people are better at some things than they are at … Continue reading
Year 1 are talking about the. Gruffalo this week. Â In the woods they stretched their noticing muscles to find the different characters from the story. Â Once they had done this they worked in groups and talked about what sort of homes their character would have. The children collaborated to build different houses using sticks, crates, … Continue reading
At dinner time I caught a mischievous alien who had a handful of underpants! I had to chase him, he was really fast and as he ran he dropped the underpants in the woods. F1 helped me to collect them again. Â They had to stretch their noticing muscles. Â They collected 20 pairs and hung them … Continue reading
This morning we had a great time in the woods. The children remembered everything we had done last week and were brilliant imagining they were walking on sticky marshmallows. Â We thought that’s what it might be like to walk on the moon! We did some moon walking and then pretended to be robots. The children … Continue reading
We love our new swing!
I always have fun in the woods and every session I see or hear things that impress me. I try to share those things with other people and let you know what brilliant examples of super learning I have seen. Â Today though I don’t think I can explain just how impressed I was with f2. … Continue reading
It was very wet in the woods this morning but it didn’t stop Connor having fun. His favourite thing was shaking the branches to make more water and leaves fall on us!
Kyle and Harrison stretched their imagination and collaboration muscles in the woods today. Â They imagined what it would be like for Hansel and Gretel to walk through the woods at night time. Â The boys thought it would be very scary. We used a blindfold to see what it would be like. It was quite scary … Continue reading
The children have been thinking about Hansel and Gretel this week. They told me about the witch and her house in the woods. We had to do careful listening today so that we could follow instructions recorded in speech bubbles. We were told we had to follow a trail to find some challenges. The trail … Continue reading