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The Hungry Little Minds campaign is designed to make it easier for parents to support their child’s early development at home by chatting, playing and reading with them. Hungry Little Minds website
All groups have been involved in the making of the Chinese dragon. This enabled us to do some dragon dancing, using traditional music, accompanied with our own musical instruments. We also tried some ribbon dancing activities. Watching the ribbons move in different ways was great fun!And to finish our activities on Chinese New Year we had a Chinese banquet. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
The Ladybirds and Bees have been very busy in our construction area, building a wide variety of models using different construction materials. We like working together to build walls, houses, castles, roads, towers and zoos– to name just a few of our imaginative and creative constructions!
Join us for our Sing a song of Christmas on Monday 16th December at 11 am or 3 pm
We celebrated the Dutch tradition of Sinterklaas. We put a shoe under our Christmas tree as we didn't have a chimney to put it under. We then sang a Dutch Sinterklaas song. The Pieten must have heard our song as when we came into school the next morning Sinterklaas and his Pieten had left us a present: pepernoten!
Children enjoyed wearing something spotty, making spotty buns and did lots of Pudsey Bear art work including making a spotty crown. Good fun for all and to top it all we raised £83.07 for this worthy cause.