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29th March – Easter Egg Hunt in the classroom. The class worked together to find all the Easter eggs and then we shared them out.

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29th March 2018 – Our dinosaur museum display with fossils and dinosaur eggs.

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Reception Class get to meet Dippy the Dinosaur at Dorset County Museum

The children in Reception Class had a wonderful trip to see Dippy the Diplodocus at Dorset County Museum in Dorchester.

The dinosaur skeleton is on loan from the Natural History Museum in London.

The museum staff spoke to the children about Dippy which related to the current topic in school on Dinosaurs.

There was the opportunity for some dressing up and searching for some fossils in sand. The children had magnifying glasses to identify their fossil finds!

When they returned to school they had a go at making their own dinosaur footprints in clay...it will be interesting to see if these footprints are around in millions of years time!

 

Here are some interesting facts on Dippy:

  • Species Name: Diplodocus carnegii
  • Meaning: Double-beam
  • Group: Sauropodomorpha
  • Diet: Plants
  • Length: 21.3m
  • Width: 4.3m
  • Height: 4.25
  • Number of Bones: 292
  • Age: 156-145 million years
  • Fossil location: North America, 1878

Outdoor Learning – 16th March 2018

Robin Class identified the buds on the trees and used natural materials to make habitats for native animals.

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Posting Christmas cards to our family

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The children in Reception Class all wrote a Christmas card to their families.

The class walked down to the local post office and each purchased a stamp and posted their letter in the letter box outside.

Mrs Moore, from the Post Office, kindly gave each child a Christmas chocolate which was a lovely surprise for the children.

 

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