Bonfire Night

Posted by bedaleblog on Thursday Nov 5, 2020 Under Art, English, EYFS

Although Bonfire Night is a little different this year, Early Years have been exploring the use of colour to create their own wonderful firework paintings. They even wrote some super poems to describe what they could see.

In Forest Schools, Year One have been discussing why it is important to keep safe near fires and enjoyed creating their own sparklers using sticks and glitter. They then used their senses to describe what it might be like at a bonfire event. Here is a great example from Athena…

“I was in a green field. I looked up and saw sparkly fireworks. I could smell a smoky bright fire and I could hear the logs crackling. I felt warm in my cosy coat it was fluffy on my body. The people are watching the bonfire and the children are waving the sparkly sparklers.”

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