Fact: Woodthorpe children are wonderful!
These last 14 days seem to have flown by! I hope you are all still enjoying being active every day in May so far. It has been lovely hearing from so many of you as to what you have been up to, from walking your dog to swimming, and to hear about how your fundraising is going. A BIG well done to everyone who has been out no matter the weather.
Well done to Amelie (Reception) and Riley (Year 3), who have both been very active recently- keep up the great work!
Your teachers have also been busy getting in their steps today for Day 14 of our challenge.
Don’t forget to send in any pictures you have to email@example.com and include in the email that you are happy for your pictures to be shown on blog/ twitter sites.
‘Healthy Body, Healthy Mind‘
This is one of my favourite stories I like to read . To start your morning watch a video of the hilarious story Charlie Changes into a Chicken by Sam Copeland.
I hope you like the story too!
Here is a link to the Pyjamarama website which has lots of activities to join in with.
Have a great day.
Ms Malcolm 🙂
This week we have looked at how the Maya civilization produced food through farming techniques and what they produced and ate. Below are some Maya recipes for you to try at home.
Don’t forget to take pictures or bring samples in to class. Remember this might become part of your ‘lion’s lair’ pitch!
We took part in a nature work this morning to provide us with inspiration for our big write next week.