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“I made this hedge using branches, just like a stone man!” Brandon Year 3
This week in The Den we have read The Colour Monster. This book talks about all sorts of feelings such as; happiness, anger, sadness, fear, calmness and love.
It is incredibly important for us all to know how we feel and why that might be, but most importantly to know that is it ok to feel this way!
This book has let us explore our feelings more broadly and to talk about them comfortably with our peers.
“I feel loved when I am being hugged” Emily Year 3.
This week in The Den we have been reading a book by Anne Twist, called Betty and the mysterious visitor. We started the week off by predicting who the mysterious visitor may be. We had some amazing suggestions, such as a tiger and even a fury fox!
In the story, Betty sells jam at the local market with her grandma. So we thought it was only right if we baked lots of snacks that are FULL with jam. These items included homemade pastry for our jam tarts and even a Victoria sponge cake that fed 12 people!
This amazing newly released book gave us so many opportunities to use our imagination. So we drew our dream gardens, made our own scarecrow out of recycled items and even made a badger out of a single paper plate.
In The Den we make it a priority to read one to one with each child every session.
This week in The Den we have been learning about kindness. We have learnt that being kind isn’t just holding the door open for someone, but it is also being kind to ourselves and the planet around us.
We have been kept busy doing all sorts of activities to understand kindness. Such as writing what we love about ourselves, how to sprinkle kindness and working in pairs to sort pictures into being ‘kind’ or ‘unkind’.
We even made grape and melon ice lollies because they are super healthy!
This week in The Den we have been reading a book called ‘I can eat a rainbow’ by Olena Rose. We started the week off by defining what healthy and unhealthy meant. We then moved on to grouping foods that are healthy and unhealthy.
At every snack time we had a ‘healthy plate’. This plate included grapes, apples, pears, honey melon and lots lots more. The Den children voted that grapes were their favourite.
During the week we were kept super busy doing all sorts of activities. These included drawing and constructing a healthy plate, learning to brush our teeth (we used paint and it got super messy!), fruit and vegetable stamping of a rainbow and even using chalk to draw our favourite fruit.
Can you guess what book we are reading next week ?
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Sir Alexander Fleming Primary School
109 Southgate, Sutton Hill, Telford TF7 4HG
Head Teacher: Mrs Katy Tomlinson
Administrator: Mrs Lorraine PilgrimSEND Lead: Mrs Lisa Pigg