Orange Class are embarking on a traditional tale journey this term. We have begun by enjoying reading, re-telling and engaging in activities related to The Three Billy Goats Gruff. We have explored in The Billy Goat’s Gruff Farm World and built our very own bridges for the goats to cross, using different materials to explore which are the strongest to use.
What a fun filled World Book Day we have had! From Spidermen, to witches, to goats; we have had so much fun dressing up as our favourite story characters. The children have been Collaborative Cats as they made the potion from Room on the Broom, they have been Respectful Rhinos as they played with Sharing a Shell and Funderpants certainly made us feel like Positive Penguins. There is too much to share but our most favourite part of the day was sharing some reading activities with our families.
After listening to Jack and the Beanstalk, Orange class have been busy, planting and measuring their own beanstalks. The children have found different ways to measure their height and are very good at comparing tall and short items. We have started to record a class diary, for our bean plants, and we are looking forward to observing the changes over time.