The children in FS1 and FS2 at the Infant School have been getting deeply involved in the time of the dinosaurs and becoming mini paleontologists!
Last week this learning culminated in FS2s assembly about dinosaurs where they gave some incredible facts about the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Diplodocus, Pterodactyl and Stegosaurus. They also did the Dinosaur Stomp, much to the delight of their audience of parents!
Here are some for FS2s highlights and favourite facts!
"My favourite dinosaur is the Pterodactyl. The Pterodactyl has a long beak to eat fish. It is not a dinosaur - it's winged lizard!"
"Dinosaurs have sharp claws. T-Rex has short arms and sharp teeth. He has big legs to walk for a long time looking for food. His tail swoops away the bugs."
"Dinosaurs are extint - they don't exist anymore. It's left only bones."
"The Stegosaurus has spikes on his tail to protect him from other dinosaurs."
"Diplodocus has a long neck to eat leaves and plants."
We have a class of paleontologists in the making! Be sure to tune in next week to find out what FS1 have been up to.