I think S is going to be more than ready for the school summer holidays.
This last half term she has had a trip to a Hindu temple and another to the Mayor's parlour for an awards presentation. Next weekend the whole school has sports day, a sponsored trampoline bounce and then Year 2 have their leaver's assembly. Today has probably been the most exciting of all though. A trip to London for a picnic, sightseeing by coach, seeing The Lion King and then pizza. A treat for working hard during their time at Infant school before they go up to the Junior's in September.
Over this past week I have been checking out websites for ideas on places to visit and events we can go to locally, and slightly further afield, so hopefully we can have a our fair share of summer fun.
One thing I thought I would share as others may find it interesting is a free download from http://www.naturedetectives.org.uk/ I know I have mentioned this web site before but it really is so good and is jam packed full of FREE ideas to do with children, both out and indoors.
I have downloaded a copy of my THE SUMMER ADVENTURE LOG BOOK for (mainly) S to, hopefully, complete and here are a few pages to give you an idea.
A tick list of different places to visit
The different ways we may travel on our days out, I'm liking the piggy back option shown by one tiny snail hitching a lift on the back of another.
The type of weather we have during the holiday, should we just tick the boxes for heavy downpours now?
Another tick list, this time of activities which we may be able to do
There is even a page to record all the scrummy treats taken on picnics.
Here's hoping we get some of our log book completed.