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Year 3

💚Our new,great addition to Forest School 💚 We hope that our OLOL’s children will spend many happy hours watching these slender creatures patter around our Forest 🌳

“Nature is one of our greatest teachers.”

🍎Happy Apple Week🍏

🌺Poppies Nature Art🍁

One kind word 💚

Story around the campfire,whittling little🎅and making Xmas 🎄

This morning we read absolutely gorgeous book,”The tree that meant to be”by Yuval Zommer.After reading the book we decided to decorate our own “wonky” tree.We also build a snowman and had toasted marshmallows and hot chocolate.We are feeling festive 🎄

🐾Living Habitats🦡Y3 enjoyed exploring and making habitats 🐿

We are the light seekers ☺️Y3 enjoyed reading “The lights that dance in the night” by Yuval Zommer and recreated some of our favourite fragments from the book.

🦉Bird Spotting!Y3 keeps their eyes open!🦆

📚To celebrate storytelling week, taking place this week,Y3 made their own “reading bench” in Forest School💚

Look what Y3 build this morning 😊bird watching spot 💚

Children learn by doing and doing is noisy,untidy,messy and unpredictable🙌

Y3's creative work made from bottle tops that once had another purpose.

🌬Oh, oh, oh! Let's go fly a kite Up to the highest height!🪁

🔥We decided to experiment with volcano eruptions!🌋

Making Bee 🐝 Hotels

🌼We shared this wonderful little book about the marvel of Easter and then recreated the Ester Story🌺

What a beautiful morning…we made some gorgeous planet earth sun catchers,played with our friends and enjoyed the ☀️

🎶Creating a musical forest 🌳

🦔Hedgehog Awareness Week🦔We enjoyed exploring fun facts about hedgehogs ,taking part in Happy Hedgehog Trivia trial and creating hedgehogs using natural materials.

Reading fun facts about bees 🐝,snail racing 🐌,whittling and playing with friends.

Searching for light 💡

🦆🌷Big Wild Scavenger Hunt🍃🦔

"The Ancient Egyptians”,Y3 started by making a mummy,designing their names using hieroglyphic alphabet written on clay and constructing their own pyramids out of natural resources.

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