Mwhahaha! Evil Pea has snuck into our classrooms and wreaked havoc with our class vegetables! Early Years have been reading a series of books – ‘Supertato’, ‘Supertato: Veggies Assemble and ‘Supertato: Evil Pea Rules’, all authored by Sue Hendra & Paul Linnet. The postman delivered a message to us from Evil Pea to say that our potato people needed to be saved from being mashed so we wrote letters to Supertato to help us save them. Everyone went on a super hero mission to solve a trail of clues where we found and saved the potato people – phew! But the pea didn’t stop there… next there was drama when the children came in to discover ‘CAUTION DO NOT CROSS’ tape and warning messages over the classroom doors. We were shocked to see crime scenes where Supertato and all of his veggie friends had been tied up and taped down over the weekend – but ‘who dunnit?!’. Everybody suspected Evil Pea was the culprit but we didn’t have solid evidence to rule out any accomplices of these dastardly crimes, so we had PC Jones in to investigate! He took all of the children’s finger prints and compared them to those on the veggies – the finger prints didn’t match so thankfully we were all innocent. The children finally caught the posse of Evil Peas in traps they had planned and made and everyone was relieved to stick the peas back in the freezer where they belonged…until, “Oh no!” the peas escaped again! These Evil Peas don’t seem to be trappable so perhaps we’ll have to change our tact! This week we are going to try to teach the peas how to be good and take care of our veggie friends.