Green Day - Spring 2013
For our Spring Term 'Green Day', we focussed on waste and why it is important to reduce, reuse and recycle. As you can see below, we all had a great time, as well as learning an important message.
We started off the day with a whole school assembly. The ECO Councillors did a fantastic job and the rest of the school participated in a fun 'fact or fiction' game!
Reception made houses out of recyclable materials.
Year 1 have had fun sorting recycling, making robots, mascots and colouring in waste pictures!
We brought in lots of different junk material from home including plastic bottles, tins, cardboard boxes and ice cream containers with the objective of making different musical instruments from our ‘junk’ material. To begin with we watched a short video clip about someone who had made instruments from various junk material to give us ideas. Then we selected the materials we needed to create our instruments. We all had chance to play them to each other and demonstrate what we made! Some of us even made ‘two in one’ instruments – some which could be used as shakers and some which could be used as drums! Can you see the different types of instruments we have created?
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