Hi Acorn Class!

I hope you’ve all had a great week and enjoyed the ‘Cave Baby’ story. Here is our story for next week. Our last rhyming story called ‘Room on the Broom’ by Julia Donaldson. Get comfy and enjoy this very special mini film!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0102qfj/room-on-the-broom

Here are a few fun Room on the Broom activities that you could do:

Make your very own chocolate breadstick wands:

Chocolate breadstick wand recipe

Have fun making magical potions, all you need is a big bowl to be your cauldron, a mixing spoon and use your imagination to decide what you want to put in your potion:

Create your very own magical wand to keep, here are a few ideas:

Make a rhyming spell book:

Rhyming Cards

Rhyming Spells Booklet

Don’t forget you could give our rhyming trick game a go with your new magical wand that you make!

Well done to this week’s and our last Busy Bees for the year! Also a big well done to Mackensie who collected her 10th Busy Bee award this week for all of her amazing learning that she’s been doing at home!

Mackensie has been feeling very creative this week. She really enjoyed making her cave for Cave Baby and had more fun with paper mache at home too. She has even had a go at making a salt dough hand decoration, what a super idea Mackensie. Well done!

Joseph has had a lovely little trip to the seaside with his family this week enjoying time outside and on the beach. He has really been challenging himself with his climbing. Super job Joseph! Look at how tall Joseph’s sunflower plant has grown too!

Some of the Acorns in school this week have enjoyed sharing the Cave Baby story and making their own paper mache caves. Here they are making them!

Thank you so much for sending all of your photos from your amazing learning at home this term. You should all be very proud of yourselves and your mummies and daddies too!

Next week have your Bumblebears ready for a special end of term Bumblebear story time so don’t forget to check the blog next week!

Have a wonderful weekend Acorns!

Best wishes,

Mrs Eyre