This week in Literacy we will be reading the story of The crocodile who didnt like water. We will also make a 'Fact File' about reptiles. In Mathematics we are learning about counting, subraction, addition, doubling and estimating.
Look at our amazing reptile drawings.
I have been reading to my little brother.
Back at school we have been painting our own pebbles for our desks.
We have been learning about the story of the 100 decker bus. Look at our bus maps.
Have you made a bus map? Please send in your maps and pictures about this week's story.
Thank you everyone for my very lovely Birthday card. I loved seeing all your happy, smiley faces. What a super suprise.
I have been remembering my summer holidays last year. Look at my amazing seaside picture and descriptive writing.
We have been baking shortbread biscuits. I weighed out the ingredients and read the numbers on the scales. The biscuits were very yummy and were all eaten in no time. Luckily my big sister made some chocolate bricks following Mrs Fell's recipe in the school cookbook.
Mrs Fell's Chocolate Bricks.
Congratulations to Austin and Annabelle. They have come third in Whitwell story writing competition. Well done guys!
Yum yum. I am a super chef. I have been making French toast for my family.
We have been learning about measuring ingredients. We made some delicious chocolate cupcakes.
This week's Literacy topic is all about space and aliens. In Nummeracy you can learn all about 2D and 3D shapes and patterns. Don't forget to look in the specialist section for creative art and more subjects.
This week in English we have been learning about space. We listened to a story about a game of space ball. There are two teams the 'Sage Spots' and the 'Sunny Yellows'. The message in the story is that we should not choose to not like eachother because of the way we look. We have chosen our favourite parts of the story.
Please send us more pictures of your favourite part of the story.
Half Term Activities
25th-29th of May
Outdoor activities for the half term break.As we won't be returning to Forest Schools this summer, here is a link to some of the activities we would have been doing. Have fun trying them out out during our lovely sunny half term.
We are clapping for our NHS heroes. Send in your pictures of you clapping to add to our collection.
Look who dressed up as Bumble Bear after hearing the story during our Google Classroom meeting.
Look what happened to me this week. I lost my tooth (at last). We have both lost the same tooth. Our teeth are twins as well.
Look at what we have been up to this week. Look at our amazing writing. We have been learning about Jack and the beanstalk and Hansel and Gretel.
I pressed some flowers I found on my walk.
I counted all of my trains and carriages. Can you see how many I have?
I made an 'Octopus's garden and wrote a story about it.
Week 5 starting Monday the 18th of MayHave a look at this week's learning from Oak National Academy. Our parent's who have been using these resources have highly recommended them. In particular because the activities are engaging and everything you need is in one place. I have been using these materials with the children currently attending school and they quite like them. It even has links to Joe Wick's daily workout. What more could you ask for ? This week the children can learn about the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and plant some seeds. In Numeracy they can learn about 1 less. The Foundations section has lots of cross curricular learning.
Congratulations on your 5th Birthday.
Look at our learning this week.
I have been making gloop.
For my birthday I got a Scientist's kit. Did you know I want to be a Scientist when I grow up.
I have been learning lots from The Oak Academy. Look at my amazing story.
We are writing and doing number work.
I have been doing cross curricular learning about under the sea.
I have been asking my Great Nana, who is 95 about VE day. I prepared some questions for my interview with her on Facetime. Do you like my bunting?
Exciting news! Hot off the press. A Reception child has got into The Guiness Book of Records. What a challenging achievement! Well done!.
Look at my sunflower it is growing taller and taller. I have started writing My Sunflower Diary.
We have been collecting rocks on our daily walks. We had fun painting our rocks and now we are going to put them in our garden. I wonder if you would like to start a rock collection? Here are some ideas of what you can do with them.
Try these challenges!Click on the link below and try one of these exciting challenges. When you have completed the challenge you can get a badge!
We are learning about number bonds to 10. Have a look at your Google Classroom page to find out more. Next Tuesday at One O'clock we are getting together on Google Classrooms. You can share some of your number bond learning. I can't wait to see you!
Number bond learning using 10's frames.
click on the link to see some more number bond learning.
We have been practising writing numbers, cvc words and tricky words.
I have started a BIG work of art. it's a bit like Michelangelo's Cistine Chapel. It is inspired by my love of unicorns and nature. It will be magical when I have finished. Perhaps you would like to paint your own mural in your berdroom? ALWAYS ask your grownups first!
We have been learning about rockets and space.
We are going to visit the planets in our space outfits.
I made a rocket. Perhaps I will go to the moon.
We have been finding out and celebrating St Georges Day.
We have been re-telling the story of George and the dragon
Watch us re-enacting the story of St George and the dragon. Can you tell who we are?
Now we have changed characters
I have made a sword, which will come in handy for slaying dragons.
I have been learning about number bonds to 10.
Earth Day Activities, what activities have you done? Send in your photos.
I am on a special mission to use renewable energy. This will save our planet Earth!
Congratulations to everyone in the family.
Born on April the 7th. Here he is enjoying the sunshine and cuddles from his very helpful big sister.
This week's Star Bakers.
Bread and chocolate cake. Yummy.
Science in action
My week of learning
Understanding the world, number work and art. What a busy week.
Look at my amazing writing
We are learning our Letters and Sounds
We are being creative.
April the 22nd
Today is Earth Day
Click on the Earth Day star (above the Reception star) for some ideas for activities you can do in your garden for this special day.
Summer Term Week 1 20/4/20
I hope you enjoyed the sunny weather during the Easter break. It is so lovely to be back with you again and learning in this new and exciting way. I have missed you all so much and by looking at the photos I am amazed by how much you have grown.
Thank you for my lovely hamper and cards. What a super suprise. I have been enjoying chomping through the goodies and have to say the treats speeded up my recovery and made me feel very happy.
Your pictures and videos have been amazing and I am very impressed with your learning. Over the next few days there will be more activities for you to do which will be more subject based and linked to the Early Learning Goals for the end of the school year. So watch this space for your next activities for this week, the first week of Summer Term.
Stay safe and happy
I have been learning about different artists and making some art of my own and more. Click and look.
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