B Cador: March 2020
From Jenny, Laura and Nathan's mum.
Today we have delivered 3 birthday cards and pressies and talked to our family through the the window. When we got home we printed off a recipe for cupcakes, we took turns to read the instructions and weighed and measured all our ingredients, we talked about the scales and the measuring spoons and made yummy cakes. Laura then painted rainbows to display in our windows to show our friends that walk by that we miss them and can't wait to play with them again, she did an extra one to put in her bedroom window so that Charlie Mountford can see it from his bedroom window 😍. We miss you so much already and hope you are all safe and well. X x x
Rainbows in windows — what a lovely idea to share in the village, Laura! Mrs Rowlands read that in some places they are going to put a teddy in the window for children to spot if they go for a walk — another great idea for the village to do!
From Mrs Charlesworth... Penny busy bird watching this afternoon and writing her own list...a super list, Penny!
Enjoy the photos...keep in touch!
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