Yuvan created the three little pigs houses by decorating cardboard boxes. While searching for some straw outside, Yuvan found a ladybird. He was very excited and carefully held the ladybird while observing it and asking lots of questions.
Maia painted one of the little pigs using cotton buds. She also wrote the three little pigs and decorated the sheet. Great writing Maia! Your letters are very clear and you have shown great control!
Scarlett has been using cotton buds to paint a picture of one of the pigs. Well done Scarlett, great painting! This is a great fine motor activity and will really help strengthen the smaller muscles in the children's hands.
Grace has been practicing her writing. Your letters look very neat Grace and you have shown great control! She also created the three little pigs houses and put them in the correct order. They look like superb houses Grace. Which one do you think the pigs will like the best?
Maia drew some fabulous pictures of the three little pigs and a scary wolf with sharp teeth. She then cut them out and stuck them onto sticks to create puppets. She also created the three little pigs house and placed them in the correct order. Great work Maia!
Scarlett made the three little pigs houses. The pigs will love living in these houses Scarlett. They are amazing!
Henry made these fabulous looking houses for the three little pigs and put them in the correct order. His sister Jessica used the houses in her 'The Three Little Pigs' story sack. Great team work!
Grace made the three little pigs out of toilet rolls. She painted the toilet rolls pink, stuck on googly eyes, a snout, two triangular ears and a curly tail. They are fantastic looking pigs Grace. Well done!