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Year 1 and Year 2 performed in their Christmas play The Little Star.
The Little Blue Star is trying to find some friends but nobody will be her friend as she is different.
This makes the Little Blue Star very sad but the Star of Bethlehem shows other stars that she is special and so are they.
The Year 2 children were super star narrators, telling the story of the Little Blue Star and the Year 1 children did a fantastic job playing the characters in the show.
We had lots of fun learning the brilliant songs and actions.
We have been making Christmas decorations to hang in the corridor outside our classroom.
We decided to make hanging snowflakes.
It was very hard to hold the lollypop sticks still, but we all tried our best to glue them together.
When we had finished our classroom was covered in glitter!
After we had made our snowflakes, we wrote instructions to help others make the decoration.
Here are some pictures or our lovely Hanging snowflakes.
We read the book Oliver’s Fruit Salad and decided we would like to make our own fruit salad.
We did a fruit testing lesson to find out which fruits we liked and didn’t like.
Then we discussed health and safety and wrote our own rules to keep us safe.
We then made our own fruit salads. They tasted delicious!
Can you spot which fruits we used?
“The lemon was too sour!” Sonny
We learned that we all belong to different groups and that we can sometimes tell that people belong to group by the clothes or uniform they wear.
We found out a bit more about Sikhs. We learned that Sikh people celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak in November. We found out that they send cards to each other and wear new clothes.
We watched a special video of the story of Guru Nanak and took turns to act out the story. It was fun!
Know that we all belong to different groups
Know that some stories are special to some children.
Special People –
Know that some people are special for religious reasons
Year 1 have been showing their art skills this half term.
Mrs Kemp has been teaching us RE and we have been looking at how we are special we are.
We sang the song ‘Puppet People’ and you can see that we have made our own unique puppets.
We talked about what made them special and thought about what makes us special.
Some children wrote a sentence to tell us what was special about their puppets too!
Can you see all the different materials we used?
We used paper, lollipop sticks, art straws and glue to make our puppets and decorated them using coloured crayons.
We noticed that none of our puppets were the same!
They were all different, just like us!
Don’t you love our puppets?
“I liked using the paper and the glue to make my puppet and to play with Mia.” Ruby.