We had fun painting hot air balloons floating in a summer sky.
We planted strawberries in the school garden. Eventually, we were able to pick the strawberries. We decided to make strawberry and ice-cream pavlova. This proved to be a great summer treat.
The children worked diligently on a project of their choice. They enjoyed researching their projects and implementing word processing skills.
We made Easter eggs. We had to break the chocolate into smaller pieces. Then we had to melt the chocolate. Spoon the chocolate into the mould. Swirl around until the mould is coated using the back of a spoon. Place the mould in the fridge for ten minutes to allow the chocolate to set. Repeat the process to build up a good layer of chocolate in each mould. Remove the egg halves from each mould. We enjoyed decorating our eggs with yellow ribbon and chicks. All agreed making the eggs was fun but the real treat was taking them home to eat.
We had fun working with 2-D shapes. We had to sort, describe, compare and name the shapes. Then we explored combining shapes to see what pictures we could produce. Check out our cars and busy streets.
Thanks to Mr Threadgold, everyone enjoyed whipped ice cream on 27th June. There were shrieks of delight as Mr Whippy pulled into the school car park. Having patiently waited their turn, the children sat on the grass eating ice cream in glorious sunshine. It was a great way to end the school year!