On Wednesday, we went on our local walk around Moortown. Before going on our walk, we used Google Earth to track our route. I was amazed at how sensible they were. Well done, Reception!
Yesterday, we had a go at drawing our own maps of our local walk.
This week, we’ve explored how numbers can be composed of 1s.
Throughout the week, we’ve been collecting groups of 2, 3 and 4 objects to help us understand that a ‘whole’ is made up of smaller parts.
Help at home: Can you make collections of objects at home? Remember the objects don’t always have to be the same!
This week our focus was We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. We’ve had great fun using actions to retell the story. Click here to watch us.
Help at home: These pictures are mixed up. Can you remember the order of the story?
In the construction area, we had to build a cave for a bear.
The Bee-Bots were very popular this week. We had lots of fun controlling the Bee-Bots around the bear hunt mat. Some children decided to make their own road!
This week’s poem is a short poem called Falling Apples. After listening to the poem, we talked about apple trees.
I’ve got an apple tree in my garden.
This apple is from my apple tree.
I have an apple tree at my Grandma’s house.
Click here to watch this week’s poem.
- Don’t forget to come to our Phase 2 phonics Stay & Learn and coffee morning next Thursday at 9am.
- Library books need to be returned every Monday.
- Please make sure your child’s reading record is in their bookbag every Thursday.