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Week 11

This week children have continued to enjoy our story The Chimpanzees of Happy Town. They know it so well, they can read it with us and finish story sentences.

This week children have continued to enjoy our story The Chimpanzees of Happy Town. They know it so well, they can read it with us and finish story sentences.  1

Children have continued to be inspired by Happy Town in the creative area. They have painted more chimpanzees thinking carefully about colours and features. They have printed more towns using Duplo bricks and wooden blocks.

Children have continued to be inspired by Happy Town in the creative area. They have painted more chimpanzees thinking carefully about colours and features. They have printed more towns using Duplo bricks and wooden blocks. 1
Children have continued to be inspired by Happy Town in the creative area. They have painted more chimpanzees thinking carefully about colours and features. They have printed more towns using Duplo bricks and wooden blocks. 2
Children have continued to be inspired by Happy Town in the creative area. They have painted more chimpanzees thinking carefully about colours and features. They have printed more towns using Duplo bricks and wooden blocks. 3

Children made Happy Town buildings in the construction area. They all agreed Happy Town was better than Drabsville!

Children made Happy Town buildings in the construction area. They all agreed Happy Town was better than Drabsville! 1

In Mathematics children learned about measuring length. They compared worms, scarves, ribbons, string and many more things. Children practised using the terms shortest, short, middle length, long and longest to describe different lengths.

In Mathematics children learned about measuring length. They compared worms, scarves, ribbons, string and many more things. Children practised using the terms shortest, short, middle length, long and longest to describe different lengths. 1
In Mathematics children learned about measuring length. They compared worms, scarves, ribbons, string and many more things. Children practised using the terms shortest, short, middle length, long and longest to describe different lengths. 2
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