We measured our teddy bears. Who had the tallest bear and who had the shortest bear?
Exploring in Featherbank forest.
We took photographs of our teddies using the I pad.
We looked at our teddies and carefully drew them.
We made our own Arctic for the polar bears. How did we make the ice? How can we stop it from melting?
We love to share books with our grown ups on Reading Morning.
Seals and polar bears............ready to play our Arctic game outside!
Looking for the missing letter sound in the alphabet arc.
Reception love to travel over, under and across the apparatus.
We painted our teddies portraits.
We're going on a number hunt!
Making accessories for our teddies.
How kind have you been today?
Reading with our Y6 buddies in the library.
Pen portraits in our computing room.
Look at my number patterns.
Relaxing with cosmic yoga at the end of a busy day.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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