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Reception Class 2 Miss Patel, Mrs Jones & Miss Overton

Week beginning 15/10/2018

 

Literacy

In Literacy this week we will be doing lots of learning based on the story 'The Little Red Hen'. We are going to write all about the characters and use adjectives to describe their personalities. We will be using words like 'happy, friendly, noisy'. You can practise using adjectives at home by describing the things around you e.g. that is a tall tree, or mummy is happy.

 

Maths

In Maths this week we will be learning about sequencing. We will focus on our daily routine, months of the year and simple tasks like using a pen to write our name. We have many different routines during the day, and we all do things a slightly different way. Do you wake up in the morning and have your breakfast straight away? or do you brush your teeth first? ask your children about their daily routines in school.

 

Art and Design

This week we are going to be doing lots of finger painting, we will be making autumn trees and our very own Little Red Hens.  

 

Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!

Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!  1
Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!  2
Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!  3
Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!  4
Today we have a fun learning session from Salford Royal Hospital. The school nursing team came into school to teach all the children in reception how to wash their hands properly. We had lots of fun games, videos to watch and hand washing to do!  5

Celebrating World Mental Health Day by coming into school dressed in yellow!

Celebrating World Mental Health Day by coming into school dressed in yellow! 1
Celebrating World Mental Health Day by coming into school dressed in yellow! 2

Week beginning - 08.10.2018

 

Literacy

In literacy this week our theme will be Autumn and we will be looking at the special things which happen at this time of year and focusing specifically on all the things to do with harvest.

We are going to look at recipes for pumpkin soup and by the end of the week, we will have written our own, made our own delicious pumpkin soup and eaten our tasty soup!

 

Maths

In maths this week we will be looking at 2D shapes. We are going to compare, draw and even make our own. There are some games here which you could try at home https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/3-5-years/shape-position-and-movement

 

Don’t forget, P.E. is on Friday- Please bring PE kits into school.

Week beginning 01.10.18

 

Maths

This week the class is focusing on size. We are using a wide range of objects to describe different sizes and put them in the correct order from smallest to largest. We will focus on language such as small,tiny,medium,bigger,biggest and large. There are lots of fun games to play on the internet at www.topmarks.co.uk 

 

English

This week our focus book is the funny bones. We are focusing on identify and naming different parts of the body. We have lots of exciting activities planned such as body yoga, skeleton labelling and simon says. 

 

Poetry Week

The children have been practising our poem "I'm glad I'm me". We will preforming the poem in front of the whole school on Thursday. Stay tuned as the video will be uploaded on our class page and our Twitter page. 

Week ending 28.9.18- This week we have been working really hard to develop our gross motor skills. This activities help to strengthen our muscles to get ready for writing. The children had lots of fun roller painting outside in the sunshine.

Week ending 28.9.18- This week we have been working really hard to develop our gross motor skills. This activities help to strengthen our muscles to get ready for writing. The children had lots of fun roller painting outside in the sunshine.  1
Week ending 28.9.18- This week we have been working really hard to develop our gross motor skills. This activities help to strengthen our muscles to get ready for writing. The children had lots of fun roller painting outside in the sunshine.  2
Week ending 28.9.18- This week we have been working really hard to develop our gross motor skills. This activities help to strengthen our muscles to get ready for writing. The children had lots of fun roller painting outside in the sunshine.  3
Week ending 28.9.18- This week we have been working really hard to develop our gross motor skills. This activities help to strengthen our muscles to get ready for writing. The children had lots of fun roller painting outside in the sunshine.  4

Week ending- 28.09.18 This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less. 

Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  1
Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  2
Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  3
Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  4
Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  5
Week ending- 28.09.18    This week in maths the children have been active counting to 20. During our active counting we have been clapping hands, jumping, hopping and reaching for the stars. This week our focus for learning in maths has been understanding number and the quantity of each number. The children have been building cube towers to match a number and comparing sizes of each tower, focusing on the language greater and less.  6

We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.

We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.  1
We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.  2 "I am star writer of the week".
We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.  3
We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.  4
We have been busy learning our sounds and writing our letters.  5

Squish the Fish | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Join Jaime for a classic Cosmic Kids yoga adventure. We go on an adventure in yoga poses to the beach even into the ocean. We meet Squish and he helps us discover that it's fun to go on adventures ourselves and we just sometimes need to *decide* to be brave to have fun.

Week ending 21.09.18

 

We have had a busy week in reception developing our gross motor skills. The children have had lots of fun with cosmic yoga workouts on youtube. Follow the link below to complete a workout at home.

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhYtcadR9nw

 

Week beginning 10.09.18

 

During the first few weeks of this term we will be welcoming our new Reception class children into our school. We will be spending lots of time building friendships, learning school routines and rules.

Uniform items, additional letters and general information can be obtained at our school office.

We look forward to meeting our children the families!

In maths this week we are counting to 20 and recognising numerals to 20. Below is a useful maths link 

for you to play with your child at home.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=counting%20to%2020

 

In writing this week we have been focusing on pencil control and movement. We have been encouraging our children to write the letters in their name. Any activities at home such as writing, colouring and painting really help your child to develop their fine motor skills.

If you have any questions please come and see any member of our team.We are always happy to help and support you during this time!

 

Miss Patel, Mrs Jones & Miss Overton. 

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