Busy Bees children are fascinated with their new cookbook in the room.
They are eager to create all of the recipes!
They recently made their own bread rolls and gingerbread stars.
With Zahra’s help, they followed the recipes, understanding how much of each ingredient they needed and all helped to mix it together.
They enjoyed kneading the dough and also moulding and cutting it to get the shape they wanted.
They were very pleased with the end result and couldn’t wait to take their creations home to share.
We had a day filled with fun for world book day.
Some of the children dressed up as characters from their favourite stories & some children even went to the effort of creating their own t-shirt relating to their favourite book.
The children brought in some of their favourite storybooks to share with everyone & also donated some to our lending library!
The children enjoyed a variety of themed activities relating to their favourite stories including Peppa pig, Meg & Mog, The Gruffalo, The gingerbread man & The tiger who came for tea!
We have been amazed by the wonderful costumes on show for World Book Day today. We have also had some wonderful discussions about our favourite stories and have shared these with each other. Getting dressed up has enabled us to act out our favourite stories too!
Busy Bees were very excited to welcome a new friend to the room, their new pet sausage dog Rolo!
Rolo has a very comfy bed in our home corner where the children will put him for a sleep and give him lots of cuddles!
The children have loved helping feed Rolo and taking him for walks in the garden.
They all cannot wait for a turn to take him home to look after him!
As part of our Eco school tasks our Worker Bees went to the beach to take part in a litter pick, they categorised they different recycling materials and placed them in our litter picking sacks.
The children enjoyed learning about and celebrating St. David’s day recently.
We listened to Welsh music and the children were fascinated with hearing a different language.
Our older children learnt some words and phrases in welsh and were very good at pronouncing them!
Some of our Busy Bees children created their very own interpretation of a daffodil & particularly enjoyed exploring the daffodils to see how they smelt & felt & chose what colours they would like to use.
Some of Baby Bees children enjoyed mixing together ingredients to make welsh cakes with Sarah-Louise. They even got to try some at tea time. They were delicious!