Robins had such a busy term leading up to Christmas. They had a brilliant trip to The Roses Theatre to see 'Robin Hood' which had us laughing, singing and booing along. We also enjoyed our final Forest School session toasting marshmallows as well as performing our star dance in the Christmas concert. We rounded off our 'Once upon a time' topic with a fancy dress day. The children looked brilliant in their fairytale costumes and we had fun guessing which characters everyone was dressed as.
We were very proud of the Robins for presenting their first assembly to the school and parents. They told the audience how we had drawn story maps, made soup, planted vegetable seeds and printed with vegetables before singing to everyone about the mouse's 'great muscles' which eventually helped to pull up the enormous turnip!
Robins also got adventurous at Forest School climbing tress as well as turning themselves into scarey mud monsters!
Robins have been reading the story of The Gingerbread Man this week. We acted out the story, drew story maps, made puppets and baked gingerbread biscuits. In maths we have been learning about 2D shapes and used them to make gingerbread man pictures. We also enjoyed some delicious gingerbread pumpkins Erin made for us. On Friday we had great fun mud painting.
Robins enjoyed their first trip to our Forest School site on Friday. They went on a leaf hunt and sorted and counted their collections before using them to make leaf crowns as well as making worm stew in the digging pit and animal dens in the log piles.