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Rocket Class Weekly News 21st January

Mrs Clegg - 20 Jan 2022

Ice painting
 
We have continued with our icy, wintery theme in our areas of provision this week.  When the children arrived on Monday morning it looked like there had been a snow blizzard in the classroom......Mrs Clegg might have had a slight accident with the artificial snow when I tried to pour it into a tray!  Oh well, it certainly proved to be a great talking point: how could it possibly have snowed inside?  Was there a hole in the roof?  Was it real snow?  Why wasn't it melting?  So my clumsiness actually provoked a great discussion, and I did manage to get some in the tray for the children to explore!

We also explored frozen paints:
 
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The children were amazed by how quickly the ice paint was melting and what sorts of patterns it was making.  They enjoyed moving the ice paints around the tray and describing what they could see and feel.  Harrison even used his finger to write some numbers and letters in the melted paint.  What a great idea!  The children love sensory activities like this and it is lovely to watch their excitement and enthusiasm.

Our final icy activity was making paper plate polar bears: