Nursery Rhyme Week
In literacy, we read the story Each Peach Pear Plum.
It was a very engaging book and the children loved spotting the different characters on each page.
Check out our super writing!
We also explored household objects from the past. Asking questions to learn about objects we had never seen before. We were then able to compare these to objects we might have at home.
What objects from the past can you spot in the picture?
Compare these objects with the ones in your home.
On Monday, we all wore our odd socks. This was to celebrate our differences and share the message that we are all different in some way.
Stay and Learn
On Wednesday, we had a wonderful morning exploring maths with our adults.
Thank you to all the adults that were able to join us and join in with lots of maths activities.
It was great to receive your valuable feedback.
Very helpful to know how to help at home.
Wonderful to come to school and get involved in the learning with my child.
Great learning how we can help with their maths.
It was very informative and helpful.
This week in music, the children listened and danced to Boogie Wonderland.
After, they were asked…
How did you feel?
It feels like a disco.
I was proud.
I felt like I was in the song.
Each week we will be learning a new poem. We will recite this poem each day. By saying the poem out loud, we can focus on the sounds and rhythm of each word or line. We talk to the children about how this can help us become better readers. This week’s poem is called A Basket of Apples.
This week we have explored lots of nursery rhyme themed activities in our classroom.
Dates for your diary