This week in maths we have been comparing numbers using the language of more and less. We ordered numbers from smallest to largest. We used a variety of equipment to support our learning.
Kindly rehearse counting forwards and backwards from 0 to 20 at home to support this.
In our English lessons we have been writing simple sentences, focusing on capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. We are all working hard to form our letters correctly, starting and finishing in the correct place.
Please practise this at home if possible.
Wow it's been a busy week!
We have been practising for our Harvest Festival performance and we are very excited! We can not wait to show you what we have learnt!
In Maths this week our focus continues to be on number and becoming confident with our number bonds, we have been adding numbers together and writing number statements. It has been tough but we have all worked really hard.
We have been learning about Rosa Parks as part of our work for Black History Month and used role play to really try and understand what things were like for her back in the 1950's.
Next week we are making our wind chimes so please send in any tops, lids and buttons you have collected for us. Mrs Johnson has got the tools ready for us! We will be using hand drills and small hack saws! We hope to come home with all our fingers! (only kidding! )
Keep up with our reading at home and remember homework comes in on Tuesday and can we bring spellings back on Thursday please.
What a very busy last week to the half term! We have made wind chimes, performed our Harvest Festival and enjoyed our marvellous maths days!
The children really enjoyed making their wind chimes. They worked hard to follow their original design and then completed an evaluation of their finished product. We will be keeping these in school for a while longer before sending them home for you to enjoy too!
Harvest Festival was a great success. The children worked hard to learn the songs with all the actions. An extra well done to those children who had speaking parts, they spoke loudly and clearly. We collected lots of donations for Haggerston Priory.
Thank you again for all your kind donations.
Have a fabulous half term week off! The children definitely deserve a rest! See you back at the beginning of November, remember Monday 4th is Parents Meetings and the children return to school on Tuesday 5th.
We have had some very busy weeks!
We have been learning more about the weather and created our own non-fiction leaflet about a chosen weather. Last week we became weather presenters and in small groups we had to perform a weather report to the rest of the class, it was a bit nerve wracking but fun too! This week we have been performing poetry. The poems we performed have had a focus on Autumn to link in with our topic learning in Science about the seasons.
We started the term with a focus on Geometry, 3d and 2d shapes. We are now focussing back on calculation, particularly subtraction. We practice our number bonds and counting on and back daily to help us remember our number facts!
In our topic sessions we set up an observation as part of our science focus and created daily weather diaries. We used a thermometer to record daily weather temperatures. We are continuing this over the next few weeks to help us look at and understand weather patterns.
We have begun learning the songs for our Christmas perform and are really enjoying these, Mrs Johnson does keep getting the actions wrong though!
Keep checking the app for messages about the performances.
Wow! What a busy few weeks we have had!
Thank you to all the parents that attended our Nativity performances. The children did so well and we are all very proud of them. There are some real superstars in the our year group.
We have really enjoyed our learning this term and are now most definately weather experts! We are also becoming much more confident with our number bonds to 10 and now 20, so please keep helping at home.
Tomorrow is our last day and we are all ready to have a rest and recharge our batteries!
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone.
See you in 2020!
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