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Christmas Workshop

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Christmas Workshop

Friday was our Christmas Workshop. Thank you to all the parents who came to help us make Christmas Crafts like…

Melting Snowman Biscuits

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Ninja Turtle Baubles

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Christmas Tree Cards

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Pipecleaner and Bead decorations

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Reindeer Decorations

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Christmas Colouring

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We hope you had fun! 🙂

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Easter Workshop

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Easter Workshop

Have a look at some of the fun we had for our Easter Workshop. Lots of our grown-ups stayed and helped us make our Easter crafts, follow the instructions below to have a go at home…

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Bunny Bags 

You will need: 

2 Paper Plates

Pink Card

Stapler

Ribbon/wool or string

Method:

Cut the top off one of your paper plates and cut it in half to make ears.

Staple your plates together.

Use pink paper to cut out details and a pen to add the bunny face.

Make two holes and attach your ribbon or string.

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Bunny Ears

You will need:

White Card

Pink Card

Stapler

Glue

Method:

Cut a strip of white card, measured the size of your head and staple together.

Cut out ear shapes and attach.

Use pink paper to make the inside of the bunny ears attach.

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Paper Animals 

You will need:

Coloured Paper

Scissors

Stapler

Bits and Bobs e.g. Buttons, pom-poms, wool etc.

Method:

Cut a strip of paper and roll into a cylinder, staple together.

Cut out extra features like ears, wings or feet out of paper.

Add extra details to your animal with pens and stick on extra features.

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Marshmallow Krispie Buns

You will need:

3 cups of Rice Krispies or similar cereal

Bun cases

One pack of Marshmallows

Mini Eggs

Method:

Tip marshmallows into a mixing bowl and microwave for approx 30 seconds (keep an eye on it as it will expand!)

Tip your cereal into the marshmallow and mix

Spoon into bun cases and top with a Mini Egg

Top Tip – the marshmallow gets stickier the longer it is left so work quickly or in small batches, or you might end up a bit sticky!image

Easter Cards

You will need:

Colourful Card

Colourful Paper

Straws

Glue

Scissors

Method:

Fold your card in half.

Choose a piece of coloured paper. Please your hand on it and draw around then cut out.

Roll your hand cut-out into a flower shape and stick to your card.

Add a straw for your flower stem.

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A big big thank you to all the parents who stayed, we hope you had lots of fun Easter fun at home!

Dino Small World

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Something very exciting arrived in our classroom this week…a giant cable drum.

We had a think about what we wanted to use it for and decided that it could be a home for the dinosaurs.

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We found grass to add to the drum, then we thought they might need some extra trees and water.

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We searched our classroom for pebbles, sticks, beads and leaves to make our dinosaur small world area.

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When we finished we used the dinosaurs in our new area to tell some exciting stories!

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