Ms Huntington: October 2015
Did some of those magic beans fall onto our carpet and grow into a beanstalk? We now have a very tall beanstalk growing in our room! What is at the top? Oh no, I hope it's not a giant! Maybe it's because we have been enjoying the story and some songs from Jack and the Beanstalk! What is going to happen tomorrow? I can't wait to find out!
We all love our French sessions with Madam Sharp, we are getting so good at learning the songs. Madam Sharp says we are the best ever at remembering the words!
It was so exciting on Friday when we had to curl up small and hide our eyes for another Mystery Reader! It was Harry's daddy! Harry was so surprised!! He made us laugh with his funny voices when he read 'The Gruffalo'.
Apologies for the sideways pictures this week!
We are looking forward to our last week before the half term holiday
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