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Early Years Cubs To The Rescue

27 January 2015

The Reception Cubs have been learning about the topic of Frozen Lands and last week they were sent an important message. Miss Rawson tells us about how they used their learning to help a lost explorer!

  • Early Years Cubs at BISS Puxi use their learning to help the lost explorer get back to base.
  • Early Years Cubs at BISS Puxi use their learning to help the lost explorer get back to base.
  • Early Years Cubs at BISS Puxi use their learning to help the lost explorer get back to base.

Last week we got an urgent message from a lost explorer! He was lost in the Frozen Lands and he needed help from the Reception Cubs to find his way back to his base camp.

The Reception cubs took their mission very seriously and really wanted to help the lost explorer. They quickly got busy and came up with a variety of different ways to help him. They made him some maps, wrote down some captions and practiced giving each other directions around the Frozen Lands, linking all their learning together.

Thanks to their fantastic ideas and enthusiastic efforts the lost explorer found his way through the stormy blizzard back to base camp. This meant they were actually able to meet him on Friday morning. He thanked the Reception Cubs for all of their hard work and talked about his journey so far. The Reception Cubs are wondering what the explorer will do next, hopefully he won’t get lost again!

- Sarah Rawson, Reception Teacher