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Mice on Tour!

On a Friday, in Class R, we always see where our little furry mice friends have been.  These photographs show the adventures from last week and at half term when we could go out out.  Children in Class R this week are staying safe at home with their lovely families  - look out next week to see what cosy, different activities they have been doing.

Here's James and Mouse at half term - what beautiful scenery there at Malvern Hill - incredible!


Oliver and Cheese had a fantastic idea to have a Pokémon themed day - brilliant!


Jenson and  Superhero Mouse went on a super fun muddy bike ride to celebrate Superhero Mouse's birthday  - great times were had!

Jenson bike

As well as being out out, some mice enjoyed being in in - look at what they got up to...

Charlie and Dinomouse enjoyed making hot sausage rolls - thank you Neve for joining them - delicious!


Theo and his Mouse have been busily making their house look beautiful!  All the stockings are hung ready for Santa - I think Pumpkin Mouse may be hiding in one of those soon!  Great job Theo - give Mouse a high five!


Connie and Mousicorn have also been getting Christmas ready - look at their beautiful Christmas tree.  They have also been making some incredible Chocolate Brownies with Daddy's help - oooh scrumptious!


Thank you for sharing your adventures - remember next week's mouse theme is 'Doing something different' as we're all doing something different at the moment aren't we children, but we know that that is OK. See you soon Mousie Friends on your next adventure!



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