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Deer Ears and Foxes

Submitted by tawnyowl on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 20:03

We practised using deer ears today - it made hearing things much easier!

The children played lots of their own games-running around chasing each other. Tyler and Cameron also played chase with the foxes who joined us for the day. This provided great practise for everyone to practise their /f/ phoneme. The hammocks again were enjoyed; tree climbing and chatting around the fairy hole engaged different groups for long periods of time.

Nearly everyone enjoyed the coconut rice which Tawny Owl, Hedgehog and Squirrel cooked on the fire. Kingfisher showed some of the children how to make friendship bracelets.

Hornbeam group enjoyed a very peaceful Silent Spot, beginning with cloaks of silence, fox walking and slow breathing (all signalled by Tawny Owl with the singing bow) and some children chose to draw with charcoal. Their pictures were so very beautiful. They will be added to their woodland scrapbook.

Have a look at the full set of pictures on the class gallery.

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