Spring Learning 21

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Spring Learning 21

Spring is here and with it a bit better weather and opportunities to learn about new life - our youngest children in school in class 1 have been having some exciting adventures collecting tadpoles from the pond in our sensory garden.

We are looking forward to some frogs hopping around soon!

Back in class, they recreated the experience with jelly and raisins for some sensory exploration - yuk!

Meanwhile, in secondary S2 have been learning about healthy living this term and have been learning how important vitamins and minerals are for the body and what foods they are in.

They tasted fruit and vegetables and also made some vegetable paintings.

And finally, over in Autism, A11 have been making an Easter Bonnet for the competition in school. They helped to cut out the foam shapes of grass, eggs and chicks. Some decorated the eggs by sticking dots or stripes. Pupils also painted eggs for the top of the bonnet and helped to build up the layers of decoration.

They enjoyed taking part in the activity and were delighted to win the competition!

frog spawn
healthy art
sensory slime
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