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New School Project! "Grow Big. Stay Strong - Our Bodies"



Ooh! Jack's got his next school project! "Grow Big. Stay Strong - Our Bodies"

We've got 6 areas to choose from: Art/DT, Dance, Music, Writing, ICT and Question. Jack's still not too bothered about the Dance or Music but he's liking the rest!

  • Art/DT - Make a collage of a healthy meal
  • Writing - Write about about yourself and why you are special and unique
  • ICT - Use the internet to find out more about your body, write or type and show the class
  • Question - Talk to family about how they've changed as they've grown, find out how you've changed, bring in photos.

We've got loads of ideas for the collage, and I recently saw this over on Munchkin and Bean which has given us more ideas! We have loads of felt and pompoms to make a start on this project with. We already have a scrap book made and waiting to be used for all the rest. I just need to go and print out some photos for him! I've had a lovely time going though the photos of Jack and putting some together to show how he's grown and changed over the last 5 1/2 years. He was an adorable baby! And a very hansom young man now too.

Going to be another fun one!

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