This week we have been using our investigation skills to engage in lots of fun science activities. The children are very aware of their environment and we often watch the wildlife outside. We regularly have a Robin who comes to visit us and he sits on the wall. We decided to make our own birds that could fly. We also used our observational skills to draw robins.  We learnt about the scientist Alexander  Bell who invented the telephone. We made our own phones the old fashioned way with cups and string. It was really interesting watching the children play with them. One child asked where the buttons and numbers were.
Alongside all the activities we have had visitors in this week and in true style our 3,4 and 5 year olds were very inquisitive and asked the inspectors lots of questions, making them feel very welcome.
On Friday we finished our week with a bubble workshop. The children has lots of fun experimenting with bubbles. They used their senses to explore in many different ways. In the afternoon we did our danceathon for Red Nose Day and the children joined in with the whole school for the final dance.
Next week we are hoping that the weather improves and we can use our outdoor classroom for the first time. We are going to be walking around the grounds to observe the changes that are taking place.
We will also be going to the woods so if you can spare the time please come along.
Have a great weekend.
Mrs Robinson:)


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