On Thursday 5th May Jack and Cartell came to help us develop our Gymnastic skills. We pretended to be scorpions, crabs and caterpillars. We also turned our bodies into a range of shapes. They include star, straight, tuck, pike. We had lots of fun and listened well to what the grown up asked us to do -we can't wait to see them again next week.
Mr Moyes helped us to ride a balance bike - we had lots of fun.
We had a visit from Alexandra Dental Practice They talked to us about cleaning out teeth for two minutes, as well as comparing how many teeth we have as children and adults. We compared whether animals had more or less teeth. We also had the opportunity to dress up as a dentist would in the surgery. We had lots of fun.
Here are The Delightful Dolphins celebrating World Book Day. The children enjoyed Dressing up as their favourite book characters and decorating our doors with The Rainbow Fish display. We also enjoyed lots of lovely reading activities in the classroom.
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