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Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class.

Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 1
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 2
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 3
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 4
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 5
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 6
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 7
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 8
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 9
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 10
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 11
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 12
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 13
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 14
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 15
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 16
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 17
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 18
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 19
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 20
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 21
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 22
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 23
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 24
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 25
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 26
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 27
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 28
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 29
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 30
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 31
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 32
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 33
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 34
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 35
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 36
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 37
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 38
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 39
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 40
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 41
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 42
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 43
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 44
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 45
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 46
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 47
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 48
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 49
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 50
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 51
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 52
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 53
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 54
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 55
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 56
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 57
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 58
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 59
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 60
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 61
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 62
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 63
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 64
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 65
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 66
Term 5 Week 3 Reception class made castles from recycling packets and boxes. First the children learnt about the features of a castle and talked about any experiences they had previously had visiting a castle. Then the children drew a design of a castle they might like to make. After that, the children wrote the things they would need to make it, such as box, tub, glue, paper. Then the children created their castles, covered them in paper and stuck on battlements, flags, towers and turrets and slit windows. Finally, Reception class played with their castles with stick puppets and made up a story to share with a friend or the class. 67
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