Tomorrow is international mud day and KS2 had a fabulous afternoon celebrating it! They decided to make mud sculptures in either small groups or independently. The children mixed together the compost and water to make the right consistency for sculpting mud and after creating their mud sculpture they used the natural resources in the forest to decorate them.
Month: June 2013
Reception’s story sticks
This week reception have been making story sticks. They made up their own stories and acted them out, they found different objects in the forest to help them remember their story and tied them to their story stick. After they had enjoyed their adventure they shared it with the group using the story sticks to help them remember what had happened.
Well done reception we really enjoyed hearing your stories! These are the children’s stories
One of the boy groups found a giant and a bean stalk and they used the climbing tree as their bean stalk. They then found the giant and took feathers from him. Once they had escaped they chopped the bean stalk down.
The girls found some magical animals on the field and played with them. They played music to them and sang to them.
Another group found a monster in their story and it was chasing them. They then found monster food and fed the monster to become friends.