Stroking the Funny bunnies was the first activity of the morning followed by feeding the sheep and goats.
After lunch we had time forÂ a play on the tractors and in the park.
We waved the first group of on the Tractor ride and we waited patiently for our turn!
Before we left we had time to feed the pigs. Kate had 12 piglets recently!!! That takes some looking after!!
A super day was had by all, thank you to all the parents who gave up their time to help.
What do you think pigs like to eat?
Have you been to Odds Farm?
How many animals can you see? The children really enjoyed seeing all different types of animals ands their smells. (Some were very smelly)
How many animals can you see?
Â Today was cooking day in Little Grange and the children made delicious Gingerbread boys and girls. The children weighed the ingredient’s, mixed, rolled out and used cutters to make a boy or a girl.
“I love cooking” exclaimed one very excited member of Little Grange!!
Â Using the cutters to create our Gingerbread boys and girls!
I hope they tasted yummy!
Who would like a Gingerbread boy or girl next Friday?
This afternoon we took the children to the TLC Hub for some problem solving, cooperation and collaboration.Â They had to work outÂ how they could balance the woodenÂ see-saw. Maddie took charge with her ideas to how to make the see-saw balance. Some children had the idea that standing up may help.
How do you think we did? What could we do next time?