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Building Dens in F3

01 June 2018

Problem-solving and working together were at the heart of learning this week, following F3’s interest in dens.

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F3 had lots of fun on the  Early Years and Infant Campus rooftop playground this week.  We had been talking about indoor and outdoor dens, so we decided to use the leaves, branches and sticks to make our own dens on the roof. Children came together with a range of natural materials from our surrounding environment and chose the tools and resources they would use to build their own strong structures. The children had some great ideas such as using string to tie the sticks together to make a tripod.  When we ran out of natural materials, the children found other resources to use so they could continue building.  Great turn-taking, team work, constructing and imaginative play. Phew! What wonderful learning!

Ms Gurvinder Paul