Monthly Archives: March 2015
This afternoon the group were doing some maths. Â We needed to measure the perimeter of the fire circle. The boys decided that they would each measure one section and then add all the measurements together to find the length of the perimeter. After this they stretched their perseverance muscles and tried to use the fire … Continue reading
F1 remembered lots of things that the penguin does to keep their eggs safe. Â They built nests to keep their eggs safe and warm. Do you think they will hatch?
It was muddy in the woods this morning but we still had lots of fun and did lots of learning! We had a visitor with us this morning from Buttercups Children’s Centre and she was really impressed with our little learners, and even had to check how old some of them were because they were … Continue reading
Absorbed has to be the word of the day today. The weather has been great and the learning even better. I have had such a good day with all of the groups who have been to the woods. I have mainly been absorbed watching how the children have stretched their perseverance muscles. Harrison had to … Continue reading
Two different groups were in the woods this afternoon. They both built dens, on group built a den with crates and then found sticks and string and made swords and bows to defend their den. The other group started to build a den in a tree, after a while they decided it was going to … Continue reading
We saw some fabulous collaboration this morning when the children were making nests for the eggs they had found in the woods. They came up with some brilliant ideas. One group even managed to build a nest in a tree, at first their eggs fell out but they worked out how to keep them inside.
F2 found lots of eggs in the woods this morning. We talked about what might hatch from the eggs. Some of the children thought it might be a chicken or a penguin. Someo children even thought it could be a crocodile or a dragon! We talked about how we Â could keep the eggs safe until … Continue reading
on Friday f2 made music in the woods to finish off science week. I was super impressed with all of the different ways they could think of to make sounds.
on Friday some of year five calculated the ages of some of the trees in our woods. It was tricky maths that we had to use. They guessed the ages first, but when we calculated the age we found the trees were much older than we thought they were.
What good fun we had in the woods this morning. I love to hear the children chattering to each other when they are playing and exploring in the woods. It’s great to hear them asking each other questions and using lots of describing words and action words when they are talking about what they are … Continue reading