A fanta’stick’ afternoon for Paddington class.

This afternoon at Forest School Paddington class listened to the story ‘Stanley’s Stick’. Stanley gave them some ideas about finding their very own special stick in the woods and about how they could use their imagination to make it whatever they wanted it to be.

All of the children were excited to go and find their own stick and had some brilliant imaginative ideas about what their stick was. They used a variety of materials like string, ribbon and wool to decorate and enhance their sticks, and then used them whilst exploring and playing in the woods.

Some of the ideas the children thought of included fishing rods, wands, bow and arrow sets, magic keys, skipping ropes, walking sticks and flags.

Well done Paddington class. I thought your ideas were fanta’stick’!


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