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Here We Are

 This is the book about the Earth we are learning in class. Children enjoyed playing indoors and outdoors, they have been talking about their favourite activities and places as well as looking at the larger environment such as space, land and oceans.

We have composed a poem in response to

What A Wonderful World performed by David Attenborough - BBC (


I see an iceberg floating in the sea,

I see a cactus.

What a wonderful world!


I see a huge waterfall,

I see a deep cave.

What a wonderful world!


I see a tall tree,

I see a snowy mountain.

What a wonderful world!


We have creates our own portraits by looking in the mirror and drawing our faces.


We have been very busy exploring fast and slow objects, events and movements. Here we are dancing and doing yoga. We also talked about staying healthy by following 3 rules: eating, drinking and staying warm. Children explored heights using paper, crayons and their bodies to compare who is the tallest. 



The last lesson of the Here We Are book was dedicated to the discussion of how to be kind to each other and how look after the environment and the animals around us. Children enjoyed writing their post it notes and sharing their ideas, such as 'put your rubbish in the bin', 'feed birds' and 'share with your friends', which we used to create a poster.



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