Jurassic Kingdom – The Best Bits! – Week 4


 

 

Take a look at all the best bits from Week 4 – Jurassic Kingdom!


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Jurassic Kingdom – The Best Bits!

Another amazing week of our Summer Adventure has gone by which leaves us with only two weeks left of the Summer Holiday! Jurassic Kingdom was a roar-some week for the children and staff alike and we really hope that you and your children enjoyed this week as much as we did.

Jurassic Kingdom provided lots of opportunity for the children to get creative, enjoy outside games and activities and bake some dino treats. Activities included Ferocious Footprints, We Invented The Wheel and Pterodactyl Nests. The children also participated in Bedrock Bowling and produced some colourful Primal Plate artwork and scary Beasty Balloons!

There was also a rare sighting of a dinosaur at Preston Park Primary School in Wembley! Actual live footage of this fantastic event can be seen on our Facebook page.

Check out some of the best bits of our fourth week of the Summer below in our Jurassic Kingdom gallery…



Arty Kidz: Ferocious Footprints



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It was a group effort at St Mary’s Independent School in Southampton to create their Ferocious Footprint art.


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Highover JMI School in Hitchin used their hands to create dinosaur themed prints.

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What better way to create footprint art than to use your own feet! Clever thinking at St John’s CE Primary School in Maidstone!



Construction Kidz: We Invented The Wheel



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Boxgrove Primary School in Guildford made not one but two wheels out of construction straws!



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Check out the children at Katesgrove Primary School in Reading – they’ve made multiple wheels!

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Ravenstone Primary School create their wheels out of cardboard to make mini cars.



Food Kidz: Amber Treats



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Amber treats anyone? These ones from Campsbourne Primary School in Muswell Hill contain creepy crawlies…



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St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham size up their critters before adding them to the jelly!

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The Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh concentrate so they don’t lose any mixture.



Cooking Kidz: Pterodactyl Nests



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Wildmoor Heath Primary School in Crowthorne added dinosaur eggs to their nests.

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Avonwood Primary School in Bournemouth mix their chocolatey nests to perfection!



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The nest mixture is carefully separated into mini nests at Ravenstone Primary School in Balham.

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St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham also put dinosaur eggs in their nests.



Sporty Kidz: Outside Games & Activities



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Aqua Kidz fun at Katesgrove Primary School in Reading never gets old!

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Banister Primary School in Southampton enjoy a game of Mammoth Football.



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Did St Paul’s CE Junior School in Wokingham Escape Primeval Paradise?

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Leehurst Swan School in Salisbury play an exciting game of Hungry Herbivores.



Energetic Kidz: Bedrock Bowling



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Will it be a strike at St Mary’s Independent School in Southampton?

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Wildmoor Heath Primary School play Bedrock Bowling outside in the warm weather.



Crafty Kidz: Primal Plates & Beasty Balloons



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Dinosaurs at St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Fareham are multi-coloured with spikes on their backs.

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The Crescent Primary School in Eastleigh use pins to make their dinosaurs legs move!

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Banister Primary School in Southampton create green, spiky dinosaurs out of their paper plates…



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…and then Banister Primary School created some amazing dinosaurs out of balloons!

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Hilltop First School in Windsor draw their dinosaur’s features onto their balloons.



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