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We enjoyed evaluating the fruit lollies we made!

It was the perfect weather today for taste testing and evaluating our healthy fruit lollies. We thought they were very refreshing and tasty. We decided they were a healthy snack as we didn't add any sugar. We found the small yoghurt pots worked best to get the lollies out! A few of us would change to different fruit if we made them again. 

 

If if you would like to try this activity at home, the recipe is below. 

Fruit Lollies

What you need:

  • two types of fruit
  • water
  • blender
  • yohurt pot
  • spoon

What to do:

  1. Peel and roughly chop the fruit.
  2. Place the fruit in the blender with enough water to cover it.
  3. Blitz until smooth.
  4. Pour into a yoghurt pot and put a spoon in the middle.
  5. Freeze for at least 24 hours. 
  6. Take out of the freezer 15 minutes before you want to eat your lolly.

Writing Postcards

Writing Postcards 1
This week we had a go at writing postcards. We are trying to add more detail into our writing and use describing words and feelings. 

Seaside Tales

Seaside Tales 1
Seaside Tales 2

We have really enjoyed exploring all the new seaside themed books in our book corner this half term. We have a whole range of stories set at the seaside, as well as poetry and non-fiction books.

3D Shapes

3D Shapes 1 We have been discussing the shape of everyday objects. Can you find cubes, cyclinders, cones, cuboids or spheres at home? Look at their faces- which have a square face or a circular face?

Seaside Snacks - We loved being Seaside Chefs, designing and making (and eating!) seaside pictures on tortillas.

We acted out the different episodes in the Easter Story.

We acted out the story of Rama and Sita and the demon Ravanna. It is a story of the triumph of good over evil.

We acted out the story of Rama and Sita and the demon Ravanna. It is a story of the triumph of good over evil. 1
We acted out the story of Rama and Sita and the demon Ravanna. It is a story of the triumph of good over evil. 2
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