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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Creative Crafts

For our entry point to our term 2 topic and new book, we have engaged in many creative activities. From drawing Claude to building our own rocket ships.

We followed step by step instructions on how to draw Claude and learnt what a beret was. This helped us look in detail at Claude's characteristics and start to think about what he is like compared to other dog characters.

 

We then went on to make Claude's best friend, using our kindly donated socks. This helped our imagination when describing the characters. Why don't you ask your child about who they made? Was it Sir or Dame Bobblysock?

In the afternoon, we continued our craft theme and made an unusual mode of transport - the space rocket! It really blasted off our learning for our new topic From A to B. What other unusual modes of transport can you remember from our learning?

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