Continuing our topic on the ‘Great Outdoors’, this week, we found out all about ladybirds. We listened to the story, ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ by Julia Donaldson and discussed how the animals managed to trick the robbers and save the prize cow. We looked at the map of the farm that the robbers had drawn and then enjoyed creating our own maps of the farm. The children did a great job remembering the layout of the farm and labelling their maps with key places and animals. We have also explored ladybirds in other ways this week. The children have enjoyed printing and painting their own ladybirds, making playdough ladybirds and using ladybirds to explore doubles in maths sessions. Take a look at some of our maps below.
Article 12: We all have the right to a good quality education.
Article 29: We all have the right to develop our own personalities, talents and abilities.
Article 31: We all have the right to take part in cultural and creative activities.