Maisie wanted to write her flood myth story. Well done Maisie!
Imogen's India poster. Well done Imogen!
Anusha's maths work and her amazing artwork.
A lovely example of a lantern from Francesca.
Neave's story plan for her flood myth.
Neave's lovely, flood myth characters and her picture that started with a dot.
Arthur has drawn a super dot picture and Mrs Mac has had a go too
Maisie has drawn a super character in an Indian, village setting. Well done Maisie!
We love this picture from Carter.
A great picture from Anusha that started with a dot
A lovely example of a lantern from Eva.
Here are some examples of our black dot pictures from our keyworker children, creating something beautiful, following on from our wellbeing story of Beautiful Oops!
Freddie has very cleverly made his black dot into a pirate's eyepatch and Lewis' is a shark!
Here are Hugo's characters for his story.
Nicholas made a lovely lantern.
Joseph has done a black dot picture, his characters for his story and a great India poster, well done! He has also completed his tiger picture, camouflaging his tiger behind the leaf, a great idea!
Freddie has also completed his India poster and the "I am an amazing person" wellbeing activity.
Lorenzo has completed his picture of his story character and his dividing by 10 maths work.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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