Towards the end of the week we had planned to have a fashion show with the capes that we had made for Little Red Riding Hood.
We made puppets and practised the fashion show, wrote invitations to invite people to the show, created posters to put up, built the stage in our outdoor area as well as created our own music (including writing music too!)
Noah and Jake also worked outside in the Maths area finding out how to set up the chairs in different ways for our audience. We found lots of ways to make 10 ...and then 20!
We have been counting the woodcutter's sticks by counting them into groups! In total we found that he had 34 so he could sell them at market.
On Monday morning we arrived at school and did our Marvellous Monday dance after the register.
Eliza and Evie noticed there was a message on the board...It was a clue! It told us to move near the playground so we went outside and found another clue on the climbing frame. We then followed that clue to our outdoor area and this clue told us that whatever we were looking for had gone back inside.
Finally, we found the final clue in the cupboard.. LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD WAS THERE!
We then read her story and predicted what we thought was going to happen next as well as discussing our favourite parts and explaining why.
During Monday morning we did a range of learning about Little Red Riding Hood. We used the dress up to act out the story and some of us even came up with new characters to adapt the traditional tale. We used musical instruments to create different pieces of music to put to the characters. Jack and Sonny used drums to create the Big Bad Wolf whilst Euan used a xylophone to be Little Red Riding Hood skipping in the forest.
Florence White made some fantastic clothing for Granny using paints, prints and patterns.
Ella, Carmen and Sophia made booklets and began writing the story.