As part of our new topic ‘Celebrations’, Robins created their very own Diwali lamps using clay.
Robin’s were very excited today because we spotted a very clear and beautiful rainbow. They were also able to explain how a rainbow is created!
Today’s celebration we have been learning about is…FIREWORKS! Robins have worked hard on creating different fireworks with different toys.
Robins have been getting into the Halloween spirit and enjoyed creating these pumpkins today.
Today we made hungry caterpillars using healthy grapes and strawberries and they tasted juicy!
As part of our Marvelous Me topic we have been thinking about healthy eating. Today Robins prepared and then tasted different healthy fruits. Thanks a MELON to these girls for finishing up the left overs!
Robins have started their new topic! They will be learning all about themselves. We started by painting portraits... what do you think?
Miss Hall and Mrs Moreton have been super busy visiting all the new Robins at their homes. They’ve had fun spotting welcome balloons!
What a buzzing day it has been! The Robins have transformed into mini-beasts and attended our 'Ugly Bug Ball' today to finish our topic. They dressed up as butterflies, spiders and even a stag beetle. Then they got to make bug biscuits, play mini-beast party games (sleeping worms!) and finish with an insect picnic. Have a look at our day...
Robins are on the way to their trip and are trying. To spot different things out the window. I wonder what we will get up to today!
Today Robin's started their new topic 'minibeasts'! Their first job was to go bug hunting. Which insects do you think they found?
Today we did an experiment with the volcano. We made it erupt!
Did you volcano's were around when dinosaurs were?
Today we made fossils using flour, sand, coffee and water. We then used the toy dinosaurs to make imprints. We are still hoping to trick that naughty missing dinosaur!
Today's maths was all about capacity. Hopefully this potion will do the trick and hatch our dinosaur egg!
Today Robin's went outside and made stick dinosaurs as part of our topic. It was dino-tastic!
The Robins used their shoes to see how big the dinosaur footprint was. They found out that it took 30 shoes!
We have come in this morning and a huge dinosaur footprint has been left by the egg!