Spring Term Week 2
This week in Reception the children have...
*Been reading the book Dinosaurs Love Underpants.
*Designed and labelled their own underpants like the ones in the story.
*Learnt about addition, used a variety of counting objects and had a go at writing the number sentences.
*Talked about what it was like when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth and how it was different from today.
*Watched clips, looked in books and used good descriptive language to describe the setting.
*Learnt the letter sounds y, z, zz and qu and had a go at writing words featuring the sounds.
Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday!
Spring term week 1.
Our topic this half-term is 'Dinosaurs.'
The children in Reception were excited to find two large eggs this week. The children have predicted what might be inside them and have been looking after the eggs, hoping they will hatch. The children gathered leaves, sticks and grass to make a nest for the eggs and have been observing them in their classrooms. The eggs have begun to hatch and have cracks and there is some jelly-like slime. I wonder what will hatch from the eggs?
In mathematics this week the children have been using size language and making comparisons between dinosaurs heights and lengths.
The children continue to work on their phonic sounds, segmenting and blending words to support their reading and writing. Please remember to read with your child every week and sign your child's reading diary, thank you.
Next week the children will be learning about dinosaur settings and environments.
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