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Shepley First School

Muddy Puddle - 1.2.19

Class 4 and Class 5 joined forces again for muddy puddle.

The children enjoyed the challenge of using sheath knives and having a go at peeling branches. The children also broke the ice on the pond to explore how pond life has developed since being created. The children also had the opportunity to use their knot skills and create shelters and dens on the Henry.

It was another very cold muddy puddle and we hoped for more snow! Maybe next time smiley

Muddy Puddle - 18.1.19

Class 4 enjoyed joining forces with Class 5 for our muddy puddle session. We were hoping for more snow but it didn't arrive however as you can imagine it was a very cold day.

The children enjoyed mixing up and enjoyed the challenge of either creating the tallest 3D structure or creating a piece of art.

Muddy Puddle - 14.12.18

Class 4 spent a very cold morning in the woods looking for sticks and branches to use to make a Christmas decoration. The children also had the opportunity to take some photos by themselves on such a crisp, sunny and frosty morning.

Back in the Henry the children used secateurs to cut their sticks and branches to size ready to make their decorations.

The Children's Photos

Muddy Puddle - 16.11.18

After a 3 mile ramble around Shepley the children made leaf kebabs up in the woods of all shapes and sizes.

 

Muddy Puddle - 12.10.18

The children in class 4 continued the carousel of different activities, including peeling, stick weaving and creating pieces of art with natural materials.

After using peelers to both peel and make a point with their branch, the children then decorated their wood smiley

Muddy Puddle - 28.9.18

The children in class 4 enjoyed a carousel of activities, including peeling, stick weaving and creating pieces of art with natural materials.

First Muddy Puddle in Year 4

Class 4 enjoyed a super muddy puddle which involved fruit picking and as part of our science enquiry, observing over time.

We were very lucky to spot the dragonfly that keeps visiting our new pond.

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