Larch and Kingfishers Classes

Autumn 1

We had a great half-term in Larch class. We have really enjoyed our learning and made some great progress. Here are some photos of what we’ve been up to!

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Home Learning Day 67

Go on a rainbow hunt! Give the children time to find as many different colours as they can find. Or give them an individual colour to find (e.g. sky – blue, it doesn’t have to be something they can hold) Take pictures of rainbow colours in nature then print them off for later to make […]

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Home Learning Day 65

Draw the shadow of a tree using some large paper and colouring pencils or crayons. Let us know how you get on!

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Home Learning Day 64

Show the children 

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Home Learning Day 49

Give your child a colour swatch – this could be a piece of material, a paint sample or a crayon for example. Encourage them to go outside and collect as many things as they can that are a similar colour. Discuss why some colours may be easier to find than others. Email Mrs Aston with […]

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Little Larch Learning

We’ve been having a great time in Little Larch today (and some photos from Friday too).

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Home Learning Day 46

Make a self portrait using natural materials (e.g. sticks, leaves, flowers). You could make a frame out of sticks too. Idea from http://www.ltl.org.uk/free-resources You could email Mrs Aston or comment on the blog to let us know how you got on!

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Little Larch Learning

Do you like the paintings and pictures that we have done for the RDA competition?

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Little Larch Learning

We had a great time exploring the ice and seeing if we could make it crack! Alex said it was his favourite activity! We discussed how ice is formed and predicted how long the water would take to freeze. We also enjoyed making some jellyfish and Mrs Myers played hide and seek with us – […]

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Betty’s Home Learning Day 20

Learn about primary colours: place two primary paint colours into a zip locked bag (these can be washed out and reused). Make sure the top of the bag is well sealed! Make a prediction about what colour you think it will make, then squish together to find out! Explore different colours and then extend to […]

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