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The Farm – Fruit and Vegetables

May 13, 2022

THEME

Fruit & Veggies

COLOUR

Blue

SHAPE

Circle

NUMBER

2

j

LETTER

V v – Vegetables

Dear Hopper Parents

This week we learnt about fruits and vegetables on the farm. What a great theme in encouraging our little ones to eat healthily, especially with winter around the corner! We started this week off with a theme discussion about fruits and vegetables; we spoke about our favourite fruits and vegetables as well as the difference between them.

This week our kiddies made a progressive art piece of a Fruit and Vegetable Farm. First they sponge painted a beautiful blue sky with clouds and then glued on some soil, which they had collected on their nature walk! For their fruit and veggies, they used their handprints and fingers to paint such unique fruit and veg shapes!

in Cooking Class with Chef Nombuso, the children put their cooking and artistic skills to the test when they made a delicious fruit and veggie caterpillar, using strawberries for the head, cucumber slices for the body, carrot sticks for the legs and green beans for the grass!

It has been a very busy week with assessments, building puzzles, counting and reassessing.

Remember to dose up your little ones with extra vitamins, it is getting a lot colder out there!

Our theme next week is: The Farm: Animals

Have a safe and lovely weekend!

15 May is Family Day!

Family …

where life begins and love never ends!

 Dates to Diarise:

Farm Visit/Show: 20 May (at School)

Haircut Day: 8 June

Hearing Tests: 13 June

Bike-a-Thon: 15 June

Public Holiday: 16 June

School Holiday: 17 June

Book Character Dress Up Day & Break Up Day: 24 June

Mid Term Week Break: 27 June (no school, no Holiday Club)

Back to School: 4 July

 

Lots of love

Teacher Alexia, Teacher Kate-Lynn and the Happy Hoppers Assistants

A Fruity-Tooty Week!

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