After last week’s excitement burying our time capsule, we have moved on to our new History topic- How have toys changed? We opened our topic by bringing in our favourite toys and also some older favourites from the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s. The children excitedly explored the similarities and differences between toys from the past and today’s offerings comparing the materials they are made from, their purposes and their designs. We will be visiting Hartlebury Castle later on this term to look at some toys from more distant past whilst we continue to understand the concept of chronology and delve deeper into our History topic.
How am I making History? Holly Class bury their time capsule January 2024
Diwali day with Sinita
Indian stick dance
Geography topic- what is it like here? Creating maps of our classroom using objects to make a Messy map’.
Windmills Design & Technology Project Autumn 2023
Woodland School October 2023
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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