We all like to be beside the seaside! Falcon have been getting creative with a seaside theme today. Take a look at our adverts for delicious icecream we'll be tasting our homemade icecream tomorrow!
We have had lots of fun today making model farms based on the book Sheep Pig
We have been learning and labelling different types of landscapes
Teeth! Falcon have been learning about the different types of teeth and making models - take a look!
On Thursday, Falcon sketched some beautiful sea creatures. They will use these to create collages using recycled plastic and paper. If you have sweet, crisp or any other plastic wrappers we could use next week please bring them into school. Thanks!
Falcon had great fun making collages of the ocean yesterday using paper and different techniques. Lots of great ideas, fun and glue!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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