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This month, the Badgers have been practising their pen skills and they used hungry frogs to help them count. 

They played a tune in music using percussion instruments and built a wonderful Elsa castle. 

Bright blocks were used for colour recognition and playing construction. 

Outside in forest school, they turned their hand to lead and tree rubbing. 

They had parachute fun and painted tyres, walked a wobbly bridge and there is always time for a story! 

Our youngest members had a go at teaching their friends and made their own leaf people. 

When the rain came, they suited up and had many giggles whilst  jumping into muddy puddles. 

Exploring the nature table brought joy and the paint felt squishy whilst leaf and conker printing. 

In the small world play area, the children enjoyed a jungle setting.  

PE with Dan is always a highlight of the week! 

Before Half Term, the classroom turned into magic cave with potions brewing and spells being cast! Pumpkins, pins and hammers helped them with their fine motor skills. 

The small play world took in a fairy feel to bring their first term to a close. 

Well done Badgers!