We have had a super Rainbow Day. We learnt about medicines and how important it is to not take medicines without an adult. We talked about how to be safe with medicines. In the afternoon we explored the senses and had an afternoon of P.E, feely boxes, creative music, tasting food and arts and crafting. We were amazed that at the end of the day we saw an actual rainbow!
We were taught all about spring flowers. What a lovely idea of an object to teach the children about.
We have had such fun at St Martins Church today singing carols and thinking about what Christmas means
We were so lucky to have a man from ‘Roots Food’ to come and talk to the Reception children about healthy eating and how to keep our bodies healthy. We made some fruit smoothie which was great fun. In the smoothie was a mix of strawberries, peaches, pineapple, banana and melon. We all smelt the smoothie and most of us tried it. The children who tasted it loved it- a well deserved snack after all the exercise we did! Mrs Miller and Mrs Lewis thought it was scrummy too!
We made some super sidekicks linked to a potato charcter from the text 'Supertato'. In the book an evil pea made mischief and caused trouble in the supermarket. Supertato came to the rescue! We know that Traction Man has a super sidekick called 'Scrubbing Brush.' We talked about friends and what makes a great friend like the sidekicks we have learnt about. We shared the craft resources and had a wonderful time making our own spud sidekicks.
We all dressed up as 'Superheros' and enjoyed mixing with Year One and exploring healthy foods, making a cape, drama games and P.E.
Number 4! Get ready for the story of number 4. We are talking about fireworks this week and today we found all of the ways to match the same total of 4 fireworks
Coming Soon... SUPERHEROS! Our next topic is going to be 'Superhero's.' This is a wonderful drawing April did when we asked the children about what questions they wanted to find out about superheros
The story of 5- 5 bears, 5 plates, 5 cups and 5 chocolates. How many ways can we make 5? Can we spot 5 on the 100 square? 5 is EVERYWHERE! Every number has a story to be told
A Visit from our Grandparents- Jessica's Grandad drew a sketch of what he remembered about when he went to school
We had to find the right amount of objects to match with the numbers we had. We had to double check our counting and work out easy ways to do this. We had to take some away or add some more if our objects didn't match the number.
We have enjoyed a busy and fun filled week at school. Everything is new and exciting and we are so proud of the children and how they are settling in at school.