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Fairy Tales and Magic

We had a puzzle hunt to build the covers of fairy tales. We then gave our ideas of what we wanted to learn about the stories.

Our first story was The Magic Porridge Pot.

We sequenced the story.

We found a porridge pot with instructions to make our own porridge. But before we could do any cooking, we learnt how important it is to wash our hands. We used glitter to see how easy the germs can spread. We then did an experiment where some children washed their hands with soap and some children used only water. Which was best for washing the germs away?

We made our own porridge following the instructions.

We wrote instructions of how to make porridge and we designed mixing spoons. We took our instrutions and spoons home to make porridge for our families.

We followed instructions to make clay pinch pots and we decorated them to be our own magic porridge pots.

Our next story was Jack and the Beanstalk

We measured our feet and compared them to the size of our friends. Did anyone have feet as big as the Giants?

We explored how we could use a zip line to get Jack from the beanstalk quickly.

We read The Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread man left us a letter to say he had been in our school....we had to follow the QR codes to see if we could catch him!

We couldn't find him, so we wrote descriptions on wanted poster to put around the school.

The cameras spotted him in Mrs. Lecrass's office! We found him in her cupboard and he had left us ingredients to make our very own Gingerbread people.

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We followed the instructions he left us and made some yummy Gingerbread people.

We thought about how the Gingerbread Man felt in the story and gave ideas of how we could help him.

Our final magical story was Sleeping Beauty.

Sleeping Beauty slept for 100 years, so we made her a new. patchwork blanket.

We made healthy fruit wands and gave our opinions on how they tasted.

We explored how we could make magic fizzing potions!