We had great fun celebrating Chinese New Year.
kung hei fat choy!
We had a go at counting to 5 in Chinese. We explored what Chinese people like to eat in our Chinese restaurant and then we had some real Chinese food to see what it tasted like, we even tried to eat it using chopsticks some of us were really good! We watched a Chinese dragon dance and even though we though the dragon was scary we found out he was really kind to others.
We practised our cutting skills by making lanterns and cutting noodles.
We had a fantastic time celebrating Christmas through a range of activities. We enjoyed dressing up for our Christmas party, playing party games and eating party food, we enjoyed it so much so that we did it twice!
We wore our odd socks on Monday. We talked about being kind to our friends by using nice words. We designed our own odd socks, then attached words that we deemed to be kind words. We tried very hard this week to use kind words to our friends. We talked a lot about feelings and began to explore how words make us feel. Mr Harker was feeling sad as he had nothing to wear for children in need so we were kind and made him some Pudsey ears. This made him happy. 😊
We learned about Divali through looking at the story of Rama and Sita. We made rangoli patterns and decorated divali lights.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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