Marvellous Me! As part of this topic we read the story of Elmer and discussed how we are all unique. The children took part in lots of Elmer activities such as jigsaws, craft, making elephant chains, making paper plate elephants and completing programs on the smart board such as drawing faces showing different emotions and designing our own patchwork elephants.
Our first Writedance session. Writedance helps us develop our gross motor skills so we are then able to develop good fine motor skills. It is important we develop good muscle control in our shoulders, elbows, wrists and fingers so that we can develop into writers able to produce controlled, legible handwriting.
Percy the Park Keeper Autumn Fun
RWI letter formation
Observational drawings of Autumnal pumpkins
Investigating Autumn has been so much fun! The changes in time we have observed have been full of awe and wonder moments and our teachers think we are very observant!
RWI sound mats. We are learning to point to each sound in a word saying the sounds and then sweep a finger under the whole word as we say it. This reading skill is called blending.
Number fun is all around!
Let the train ride commence!
Polar Express Fun!
Spring explorations: Easter Extravaganza
Seasonal walk: Spring
COOL TIME (Choosing our own learning) is so much fun!
Spring 2021 Superworm
Number sequences-using a number line to support
What is one more than...?
Number sequences using a number line for support
I have made a superworm with 14 beads!
My superworm number line!
My spotty ladybird. I can count the spots-watch!
Maths in continuous provision
I have made a big cake and a small cup of coffee!
2 more spoonfuls and it will be full up!
Investigating floating and sinking
Counting from 0-20 and back to 0
1:1 correspondence and number recognition
Reading and writing in continuous provision
mark making with chalk
'I have written my name'
special friend formation
Initial sound game
Reading for pleasure