Good morning, we hope you have a fantastic time in the snow today. Please find below some short activities to complete at home. Outdoor Learning- If you are able to go outside, please make a snowman with your grown-up. Can you send a photo to your class teacher on Evidence Me? We will share these photos with your class friends on Monday.
This week, during our topic sessions we will be: developing observation skills,developing prediction, asking and answering how/why questions,offering explanations and making links,using specific but simple scientific vocabulary.
This term, Reception are taking part in a weekly music session with Mrs Shakespeare. We have begun our lessons by learning to move in time to the pulse of the music. Throughout this term we will learn to; add sound effects to stories using instruments; interpret the sounds of instruments by distinguishing changes and learn how to play instruments with control to play-loud/quiet (dynamics) fast/slow (tempo).
Reception children have all had such a fantastic day taking part in various maths activities. Today we have taken part in a math workshop; shared number stories; ordered numbers to 10 and found missing numbers in the sequence; made number block hats; played board games and printed using numicon on plates.
Each week, Reception children take part in 4 key worker activities. The children work in small groups to ; visit the library, learn to build models using various materials and techniques, take part in a PSHE team build activity and have the opportunity to discuss key items or important events during in Show and Tell. Thank you for all of your amazing homework. The children have enjoyed sharing their work at the front on the class.
This week we have been learning how to: order numbers to 10; find missing numbers within 10; find one more; find one less and spoke the mistake in the pattern.
This term the children have been developing different skills in art. We have done spiral patterns, printing and colour mixing.
We took the children on a walk around the school grounds to look for signs of winter. The children spotted trees with no leaves, berries, footprints and frost. We talked about evergreen trees staying green all year round.
In maths we looked at full, nearly full, half full, nearly empty and empty. The children enjoyed exploring this independently during exploring time.
On Safer Internet Day the children learnt about what information should not be disclosed online. Smartie the penguin asked the children to sing the rhyme to help her remember the internet safety rules.