Just recently our SandyHands robin has quite cheeky. He's popped into our BeachHut and helped himself to some driftwood and then visited Rachel's shop to start his Christmas shopping!
We thought: "Let's ask the robin to SandyHands!"
The SandyHander carefully and quietly put out lots of delicious bread crumbs for the Robin. Do you think he came to say hello?
Of course not!
So, the SandyHanders hunted for robins hiding on the beach.
The pebble-robins were definitely easier to find. The SandyHanders made their pebble-robins a lovely cosy nest to sleep in and found some juicy 'worms' for the pebble-robins lunch.
Look at these lovely wreaths the SandyHanders made using their pebble-robins, a circle of cardboard from an old cardboard box and scraps of material. You could try this at home, if you don't have material you could use scraps of paper, or feathers, leaves, petals....anything that you think will look lovely.
See you on Tuesday SandyHanders
The CoppetKids had more luck with our cheeky robin! And it didn't take them long to find the pebble-robins either.
The Coppetkids tried to make the longest worm possible out of packaging pieces made from maize. A sticky business!!!!
The CoppetKids love a race so they took some 'worms' over to the stream and raced them all the way to the sea.
Back at the BeachHut, the CoppetKids created some beautiful wreaths with their pebble robbins.
See you on Thursday Coppetkids!
Just recently our SandyHands robin has been quite cheeky. He's popped into our BeachHut and helped himself to some driftwood and then visited Rachel's shop to start his Christmas shopping!ping!ing!ng!g!