Miss Gregory: October 2023
And just like that, it is half term. Where have the last seven weeks gone Little Wrens!?
This week, it was lovely to have your parents join us for our stay and play sessions each morning and I had the pleasure of letting them know what superstars you all are — you should feel very proud of yourselves.
Our learning this week, has focused on Harvest. We shared the information book 'Celebrating Harvest' and looked at the different fruits and vegetables that our grown around the world, how different crops and foods are harvested and who we say thank you to at Harvest time. "Bonnie said, "We say thank you to the fisherman". Nancy said, "We say thank you to the farmers". On Tuesday we joined the rest of school for our Harvest assembly. The children performed the song, "I'm a Dingle, Dangle, Scarecrow" to the rest of school — wow! Throughout the week, we have explored different fruits and vegetables , we have used a knife to chop vegetables, painted and printed with vegetables and made our own paper plate scarecrow.
I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Nancy's family who kindly donated some princess dresses. We have loved dressing up and dancing along to music — thank you. I would also like to thank Edward's family for bringing in some sunflower heads, we enjoyed exploring the sunflower, collecting seeds and printing with them — thank you.
It really has been a wonderful half term Little Wrens, I can't quite believe how much you have grown and developed in such a short space of time.
Have a wonderful half term break, rest, have lots of fun and I look forward to seeing you all when you return.
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