We have all loved the story about Pim and his adventures, so Gill and I decided that it was only fitting to have some nocturnal activities of our own.
What a beautiful evening it was, lovely and warm with a bright full moon to help us see our way! All the grade 2 children arrived at school by 5.30, so excited to see what we had in store for them. After leaving all their bedding in the 'burrow' they headed down to the field for the first activity.
We began my making "snake" bread on a stick that the children had really enjoyed doing previously
|Listening to the instructions before we start|
|Porcupine quills - Lighting sparklers|
|Marching the elephant march outside using torches.|
|Pin the tongue on the aardvark!|
|Feed the monkey a banana!|
|Some scary cheetahs!|
|Crawling through the Pims tunnel|
who could go the furthest?
|Getting some cheetah spots|
After the activities we went back down to the field to warm up the viennas for the hotdogs, followed by toasted marshmallows.
It was difficult to get the children back up to the burrow because they were having so much fun with their torches!
|Jasmita brought marshmallows to go|
with the hot chocolate.