Last day of Term 1. We explored toys and items that you find in Christmas crackers, had fun playing with our friends and we ended our morning with a prayer service.
We enjoyed our party!
We watched Mass today. We lit a special candle to remind us that Jesus is with us.
We had great fun making Christmas presents for our families and then we wrapped them using our handmade 'repeating pattern' Christmas paper!
Away in a Manger.
We enjoyed our Virtual pantomine "Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf!
A special rendition of “Jingle bells” with Santa Claus!
Christmas party day! We had special visitors, our Friday ZOOM assembly, a raffle, made Christmas cards and then finished the day with our party lunch!
Decorating our Christmas tree!
We love listening to stories! We especially enjoy taking part in role-play and creating freeze frames. Check out our freeze frames of three different versions of the traditional story “The Enormous Turnip”.
We used a Carroll Diagram to sort - Cubes and NOT cubes!
We went outside today to make sets of 5 using natural materials!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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