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In Art today, Cedars were creating their own animal masks after learning about how people in the Stone Age believed they could turn into animals to help with their hunting expeditions. We thought about the different types of animals the Stone Age people would have hunted before creating our own masks using card and straws. Some children even used additional paper to create a 3D element to their masks as well as adding antlers or ears onto their animals.
Cedars have been enjoying taking part in challenges based around the number 100 in honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore's 100 laps of his garden which saw him raise a huge amount of money for the NHS. Some of the challenges we took part in included: writing the numbers 1 - 100 in 100 seconds, completing 10 circuits of our hopscotch on the playground, writing 100 words about living in a Stone Age house, drawing a funny picture in 100 seconds and finding ways in which to say 100 in different languages. There are many challenges which the children can be taking part in over the bank holiday weekend whilst at home.