A piratical olympic day
Friday saw us take another trip to Derby Museum for Pirate Day! There were loads of activities to do, pirate finger puppets, pirate sticker scenes, pirate face painting, pirate eye patches and pirate spyglasses. I don’t think the boys knew what they wanted to do first, but they were very taken by this galleon.
They were also very keen on listening to the story about the latest exhibition.
We didn’t spend too long at the museum compared to other days as the boys were so tired due to a exciting day at Calke Abbey the day before. So we headed off into town to eat our sandwiches. We aimed for somewhere near the market place, it’s a good spot as there’s lots of space with no cars. When we got there we found there were chairs set up for watching the olympics on the big screen, perfect! We made ourselves comfortable and tucked into our usual ham sandwiches.
After lunch we moved onto the beanbags to chill out.