22 March 2019
Today at beach school we started off with some maths. We did some number recognition with beanbags and then counted our steps to match the number. We then threw the bean bags and measured who got the closest to the line.
As we have been learning about animals we went to the bird hide to see what birds we could see. On our walk there we learnt that the yellow prickly bushes are called gorse. On our walks to and from beach school we have been learning the names of some flowers and plants. So far we can recognise crocuses, dandelions, daisies, marigolds and daffodils (we even know that the miniature ones are called tete a tete!). This week, Mrs Popay has taken some photos of some plants to see if we can identify some more. At the bird hide we were very quiet as we looked out. We saw some ducks, seagulls, coots and some geese. We also saw two horses and lots of little flies!
Earlier this week we read the book ‘Socks’ and one page had some sock sea creatures. We decided to make our own sea sock creatures and filled odd socks with sand! We wrote labels for our creations.