ARRGHHHH! Our final week as pirates! The children have really enjoyed this topic and we finished it off by becoming our very own class of real pirates! Enjoy our final snapshots of activities we have enjoyed this week. We would all like to wish you a very happy Easter and we hope you enjoy the break!
We drew the different size houses from our story.
We built towers to fit in the correct number slots. We discovered they went up in steps.
We constructed our own pirates.
They looked very fierce!
Building pirate beds.
Designing our own Easter cards.
We were pirates swimming in the sea.
We had to find a safe island as the sharks were coming!
We made telescopes to look out over the ocean!
We added some shiny colours to make them look nice.
Block play pirate ships.
Designing Easter eggs.
We used our new building blocks to make another ship.
How many ways could we find to divide the parrots?
We made a pirate cave.
We have been learning about the Easter story.
Cutting and sticking an Easter bunny.
Our final ARGHHHHHH!!
We created our own erasure maps.
It was fun!
During p.e we worked together as a team.
We learnt about the Easter story and created an Easter garden.
We made Easter cards.
Concentrated very hard to stay on the lines on the Easter egg designs.
We had our own Easter factory.
We made Easter eggs...
and hot cross buns
We love Easter crafts.
We used our cutting skills to make Easter bunnies.
We created our own Easter eggs
And made lots of different designs.
It was fun!
Do you like our designs?
Playing outside is so much fun!
We went on an egg hunt to find lots of different words.
We wrote the words down we found
Look at all the words we foundM
We loved looking through our books at the work we have done this half term
R1 have loved all the Easter fun and our land day for our piratey topic. We learned something of faiths from our class and respect for others.
Fine motor control
Small bits are hard to handle
Easter garden making
Aero planes to fly for fun
A large pirate ship
Our wonderful class showing their love for our families
Pirates are scary!
The captains table
Easter card making
Pirates of Rhiwbeina
A lovely bunch really...I promise!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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