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Christmas has arrived in Owls class

 

This week we have been very busy in owls class and have been feeling very festive.

We started the week decorating our class Christmas tree we took a lot of time over this working together to make sure the whole tree was covered!

We've started making some Christmas cards to take home and give to our friends and family and have worked hard on writing our names inside the cards.

We had a visit from the Panto Dick Wittington this week. We were given some roles to join in with. Our favourite bit was booing at the nasty King rat when he was unkind to Dick, we were very loud.

We finished filming our Christmas Nativity scene and our really proud of ourselves for learning the songs and singing on the stage. We joined the rest of the school on the playground for the final song, It was good to see all the other children in the school but it was very cold. We look forward to you watching it and hope you enjoy it.

Friday was Christmas jumper day and we all came to school wearing our jumpers it was lovely to see so many different ones.

On Wednesday we had a visit from an author/illustrator called Rob Jones. He showed us the books he had written and read some of his stories. We listened to a story called Bernard A wolf who liked strawberry jam. We had our own copy of this book to take home.
Robs’ new book was called “Where’s Brian’s Bottom?” It’s a was about a sausage dog who couldn’t find his bottom! The book isn’t even in the shops yet and Rob made a special one so he could read it to us. After we listened to the story we coloured a picture of Brian and gave him a Christmas jumper to wear.

A visit from an author Rob Jones

A very busy few weeks

For the last two weeks we have had lots of fun looking at celebrations. We have made a fantastic Bonfire Night display, using different materials to make fireworks, rockets and a bonfire. We read the story "Stick Man" and made some of our own stick men to watch the fireworks. Some of us wrote labels to describe the sounds fireworks make. We really enjoyed making sparklers from breadsticks, icing and sprinkles.

This week we have been listening to the story of Diwali, making Diva lamps, lanterns and mendhi hand patterns to create a display.

 

 

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