This week was The Great Garden Bird Watch. We made bird cakes and then we hung them in the trees around school. We even took some into Whispers Woodland.
Just look at them go.......
If you go down in the woods today, you'd better wear something warm. Then enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and a biscuit.
"This is the way we play outside on a cold and frosty morning"
Our new story is........ (21/01/19)
Who built the Ark Nursery Rhyme for Kids
Here is a fun song of Noah again. Who built the Ark is a old song based on the bible story of Noah and his Ark. Here is a kids version of the nursery rhyme with lots of funny animals helping Noah to build the Ark.
We have made rainy pictures and rainbows.
Back on the bikes on a beautiful winters day
Happy New Year.
We start the new year with......
The Gruffalo's Child
Today we made Gruffalo Crumble.
Investigating ice.... Brrrrrrr its cold. How will the woodland creatures escape from the ice???
We made snow !! I wonder if it will snow ?
We made the characters from the story. We used clay,pasta,twigs,and wiggly eyes.
Its time to party with a special visit from Santa.
Christmas in F1
Oh No!! We have a little visitor in Nursery. Elfie has made himself at home. Elfie enjoyed Mrs Clay's cup of tea. He found our biscuits. But what did he do to the Christmas tree ?. Oh Elfie please be good over the weekend.
It looks like Santa has been to FS already. We have 3 new pedal bikes and a new balance bike. We are so lucky.
We all made star cookies
Today we have been mixing paint. We made lots of different colours.
Alien's Love Underpants curriculum newsletter for parents
From Nursery to Year 6. The children at Holly Hill made Poppies to remember 100 years since the end of WW1.
Happy Birthday HollyHill
On Thursday we had nimble fingers.
On Wednesday we were investigating shadows and how to make them big & small.
On Tuesday we made play dough Owls.
On Monday We made owl nest cakes. Licking the spoon is the best part.
What a treat. A real band to play for our 60th birthday. Happy birthday HollyHill.
We’re going on a leaf hunt
Owl Babies Martin Waddell
Three baby owls, Sarah, Percy and Bill, wake up one night in their hole in a tree to find that their mother has gone. So they sit on a branch and wait. Darkness gathers and the owls grow anxious, wondering when their mother will return.
Our new core book is Owl Babies. We have had lots of fun learning all about Owls. We have painted pictures, dressed up as Owls and joined in with the story.