Creating Our Tote Bags

This week children started to design and create their own tote bags. As we are approaching the end of our topic ‘Hakuna Matatata’, children discussed the many ways they could protect rainforests. One of the ways children discussed was reusing bags rather than buying new bags.

 

Children created their ‘Mola’ inspired art, which will then be transferred on to their tote bags.

 

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Children really concentrated on making sure they stitched in a straight line.

 

As part of our ‘Big Write’, children wrote a letter to their local MP to encourage local communities to do more to protect rainforests around the world.

 

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Have a great weekend.

Miss Hussain :-)

 

 

Celebrating Pesach

Today children took part in a Seder meal to celebrate Pesach.

Can you remember what the salty water represents? This festival commemorates the time the Jewish people were freed from slavery in Egypt.

 

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Miss Hussain :-)

Colour Changing Chrysanthemums

This week as part of ‘British Science Week’, children set up an investigation to explore how plants absorb water. The petals changed colour because the coloured water from the beaker had been transported around the petals.

 

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What do plants need to survive? Why do we need plants? 

 

Have a great weekend.

Miss Hussain :-)