Barnyard Bonanza Round Up – Summer Holidays – Week 2


 

 

Take a look at some of the best bits from Week 2!


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Barnyard Bonanza Round-Up

Another fantastic week of our Summer Adventure has gone by and our Barnyard theme has certainly made us excited for more fun and adventure over the coming weeks! We hope that you and your children enjoyed Barnyard Bonanza as much as we did.

Barnyard Bonanza gave the children the opportunity to do Pot Decoration and Grow, create Farm Food Animals, Bake Bread and create artistic paintings using vegetables instead of paintbrushes. Not to mention the numerous activities & games that allowed the children to go outside and enjoy the sunshine.

We also had a Live Aqua Kidz at Hemdean House School in Caversham where our unfortunate playworker Lauren, was selected by the children as the star of our Soak the Staff activity! You can see the full video via our Facebook page.

Check out some of the highlights from the second week of the Summer below in our Barnyard Bonanza gallery…



Farming Kidz: Pot Decoration and Grow



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Avonwood Primary School in Bournemouth decorated their pots with feathers and sequins, filled them with soil and then planted their seeds. We can’t wait to see them grow!



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Preston Park Primary School in Wembley had lots of fun colouring and decorating their pots before planting their seeds.

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The children at St Luke’s C of E Primary School in the Isle of Dogs built their very own barn to go alongside their pots!

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Campsbourne Primary School in Muswell Hill made some amazing barnyard animal decorations for their pots – we love them!



Baking Kidz: Farm Food Animals



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Highover JMI School in Hitchin had plenty of fruit and vegetables to make their Farm Food Animals.



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Willow Bank Junior School in Woodley used cocktail sticks to make their Farm Food Animals stand up!

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The Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh made a super turtle out of fresh fruit.



Cooking Kidz: Bread Making



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Lambs Lane Primary School in Spencer’s Wood made sure they had plenty of flour on the table so their bread didn’t stick!

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Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne added the flour to their bread mixture.



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Katesgrove Primary School in Reading made their bread into different shapes before putting them in the oven to cook.



Creative Kidz: Vegetable Patch Painting



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St Werburgh’s Primary School in Bristol used potatoes to paint their vegetable patch paintings. They even carved shapes out of the potatoes!



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Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne had a variety of vegetables to use to paint their pictures, including corn on the cob and carrots.

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Ravenstone Primary School in Balham create colourful vegetable patch paintings.



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Katesgrove Primary School in Reading made their own vegetable patch – we think it’s fantastic!

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Willow Bank Junior School in Woodley painted their vegetable patches with potatoes, apples, carrots and cucumber on large poster paper.



Messy Kidz: Clay Animals



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The Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh get stuck in with sculpting Clay Animals.

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Meadow Vale Primary School in Bracknell join in the fun and carve their clay into animals too!



Sporty Kidz: Outside Activities & Games



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St Mary’s Independent School in Southampton go on a Farm Word Hunt around the school site.

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Banister Primary School in Southampton enjoyed Aqua Kidz in the sun with a cheeky Sponge Toss activity!



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Hemdean House School in Caversham also enjoyed the sunshine by playing on the slide.



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Thomson House School in Mortlake cooled down with Aqua Kidz activities!



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