A recipe for happiness!

Today, Burrow Class worked together to create a ‘recipe for happiness’. We thought about all the things that make us happy and things that make us good friends.

Our recipe is:

A dollop of smiles,
A pinch of tickle,
10 spoonfuls of sharing,
A jug of caring,
A bowl full of kindness,
11 spoons of nice,
2 trays of playfulness,
A slice of happiness,
1 cup of helpfulness,
2 jugs full of cuddles,
Lots of laughter,
10 bowls of love,
4 trays of generosity,
99 bowls of friends,
10 big kisses.

Try following our recipe and see how happy it makes you feel!!

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Exploring Shape!

Today we have had lots of fun exploring the shapes we could find hidden in the water tray. We found lots of 2D shapes including a circle, square and a triangle! Some of us even found a hexagon.

I challange you to look out for 2D shapes on your journey to and from school!

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The Gruffalo

Our Talk 4 Writing story this half term is The Gruffalo.

Can you practise retelling the story to your family and friends? Maybe even try designing your own story map for The Gruffalo.

 

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Cobwebs visited Mount Pleasant Farm

On the 20th March Cobwebs travelled to Mount pleasant Farm and enjoyed a full day engaging in and helping  Mrs Hatch do all of the jobs on the farm. The children had the opportunity to feed and  water chickens, lambs and pigs. We also looked at where and how the animals live and the care that is needed to keep them safe and clean.

After a class discussion cobwebs have decided their favourite part of the farm trip was when they fed the two pigs called Pinky and Percy. They loved how Percy kept stealing Pinky’s share of the food.

We would like to thank Mount pleasant farm for a lovely day!

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An adventure on the farm!

Yesterday we visited the farm, we learnt all about chickens, pigs, sheep and cows! We fed the chickens and collected the eggs that they had laid. We realised that all eggs are different on the outside but inside they are all the same.

We also fed the sheep -as they ate their food out of our hand, their tongues tickled our hands. They had three week old lambs too, we listened to them calling out for their Mummy!

Next we visited the pigs, they were called Pinky and Percy. One had a straight tail and one had a curly tail.

After that, we visited the cows. The farm had 200 cows! We walked all the way to the end of the cow shed – some of us thought it was a little bit stinky!

We had a lovely day at the farm and we learnt so many exciting things about the animals – we even pretended to milk the cow!

Thanks for having us Mount Pleasant Farm!!