Our final week of Spring term and we’ve been making nests and Easter cards – lots of fine motor skill work.
Then on Thursday we had an Easter Egg hunt at Royston woods where we searched for our painted eggs – and chocolate ones, of course! Thanks to all our grown up helpers who came along.
On our final day at Ladybirds, we had a very special visitor. Rev Armstrong came along to read the first Easter story and then helped us all make beautiful gardens and a ‘magic’ cross plate to take home.
We also made delicious chocolate nests; the children stirred the chocolate into rice crispies and made their eggs by mixing food colouring with icing.
And we’ve finally started our planting in the garden too – potatoes! Hopefully all the potatoes which have gone home have started to sprout too? Who will dig up the most in the autumn?!
We wish you all a very Happy Easter holiday – our first day back is Thursday 25th April when our Sound of the Week will be “n” and our theme will be…..Spring!
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