Woodland Walk

We have had a wonderful walk through the woodland today. The children loved putting on their fancy wellies! It was like a fashion show as we compared colours, patterns and sparkles. We went out to look for signs of Autumn as part of our scientific inquiry. The children were able to spot conkers, acorns, oak leaves, berries, toadstools and leaves of all different colours. We talked about why the branches are bare and we saw leaves falling from the trees.

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As well as science, we practised our phonics playing I spy games and number formation on a large scale! 

"Round the tree, round the tree. Now we've made the number 3!" Whole class

"The leaves flutter down like a butterfly" Amelia

Behaviour as always was outstanding. The children absolutely thrived in their outdoor setting today.