[Picasso] My bed of flowers – Soda bottle printing

“Who loves flowers?”
“ME!” the children raised their hands as they replied.

After the method was being demonstrated, children took turns to create their own bed of flowers with soda bottles as well as paint of different colours. With colours of their choice, each piece of work is unique and one of a kind.
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[Shakespeare] Yellow yo-yo man

Among the characters from Letterland, who loves yellow the most?

After introducing the song of ‘Yellow Yo-yo Man’ to the children, most of them were able to tell that he makes the sound /y/. You can learn and sing along with your child too!

Yellow Yo-yo Men (Sung to the tune Baa Baa Black Sheep)
Yo-yo men says “yyy…” in words
Yes sir, yes sir, “yyy…” in words
Yellow yo-yos he will sell
and work for other men as well

What are yo-yos? We came prepared! Here are some yo-yos and this is how we play with it!

Now it is time to play a little game. We have all these yo-yos here. Who can find the yellow ones?

Great job!

In this activity, we revised on the letter y, learnt to identify the colour yellow, sort the yellow out of the lot of yo-yos and of course, had fun!

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[Cookery] Baked Carrots

After the baked mushrooms last week, we attempted to bake some brown butter honey thyme carrots. Children first got to smell and feel the different ingredients one at a time and share their thoughts about them.

Below are some of the photos taken during the process:
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Children also attempted to chop garlic, remove thyme leaves from their stems and putting the butter in the pan.
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Prior to the melting of butter in the pan, children shared that the butter looked like play dough. When the melted butter was being shown to them, they shared that it looked like water. The term ‘melted’ was also introduced to them.
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After which, we added in some honey and toss the baby carrots in the pan to cover them with the sauce.
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Here a photo of the final product after it’s being baked in the oven for 20 minutes

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