IT IS AUTUMN
We began our Autumn journey with a wonderful walk through Queen's Park. We collected all sorts of things including leaves, conkers, seeds, twigs and feathers.
Look what else we spotted!
We think that he was collecting nuts!
We even had time to feed the ducks, swans and other birds.
Thank you to all of our families who were able to join us. It was lovely to have you with us to share this special experience.
I wonder who lives here?
take a walk through your local park and have a look for signs of Autumn. You could bring them into school to show us or use them to do an activity at home like the ones we have done in school.
Look at what we made using our natural materials.
To find out more about Autumn we learnt the 'Autumn Harvest' song and dance. Why not try at home.
We have been learning these words
hibernate Autumn crops harvest migrate
Ask your child to tell you about each word. Help them to understand the meaning of each word. You could use story books, the internet, pictures or real life experiences to help.
We harvested our tomatoes.
We made little hedgehogs to hibernate in our leaves.
After reading the story we all created a wonderful owl baby picture.
Take a look at all of the other activities which we have been taking part in to find out about Autumn.
Taking on roles to care for the park wildlife in our outdoor Percy Park keeper area
We made some wonderful pictures using our pumpkin seeds.
Experimenting with wind power
We worked as a team to build a scarecrow for our garden.
The Little Red Hen
We have been reading the story of The Little Red Hen. There are lots of different versions of this story. In our story the main characters were a hen, a rooster and a mouse.
We have been re telling the story using pictures, props and puppets.We have all joined in saying the repeated parts of the story. " Who will help me..?" " Not I."
"Then I will do it myself".
Ask your child to tell you the story of The Little Red Hen.
Telling the story of The Little Red Hen in our 4D classroom.
We baked our own bread just like the little red hen. We followed the instructions in our recipe book.