Welcome back! This week we had our Halloween party and we introduced our new topic- space! This week we learned about planets, take a look at some of the activities we did.
Amelia and Nathanael are catching stars in the sand tray
Harry showing off his chocolate apple.
I think Elliott enjoyed the chocolate!
Harry & Lola are working hard in KHS NASA HQ!
Lola made the planet Mars during play
Amelia is working hard on a label for her planet.
Lucas is working on writing the word "can"
Nathanael made a name rocket.
This group worked together to create a space station.
Mason used his phonics knowledge to work out the secret code!
Alfie is an astronaut!
Calvin worked hard on his cutting skills.
Mason & Lucas worked together to paint Neptune & Uranus
We had a lovely Autumn week this week! Take a look at some of the fun things we did. I hope you all have a lovely extended half term, we are really looking forward to our fancy dress party the first day we are back to school.
We walked to the forest beside our school.
Elliott & Nathanael loved looking at the Autumn creatures
Lucas & Calvin loved seeing the pictures on the sign.
When we got back to school everyone showed us what they collected from the forest.
We did a conker rolling competition
Alfie's conker rolled right to the canteen!
Lola, Mason & Lucas wrote about what they saw on our Autumn walk.
Nathanael, Harry & Elliott were finding and colouring in the biggest and smallest leaves
Lola was finding the number sentence that had the "odd" answer
Harry did brilliant colouring in
Mason made an Autumn tree with his finger painting
Nathanael & Alfie shared out the inside out characters during golden time.
During mental maths Amelia spun the wheel of fortune and then added one on.
We loved making tea light s'mores in our outdoor classroom.
We loved eating the s'mores even more though!
It took a really long time to toast the marshmallows but we loved eating them.
Alfie had lots of fun looking for bugs with his magnifying glass.
This week our theme was "outside" my body, we read a book called "terrific bee on terrific me" that took us through lots of body parts and then had fun making our body out of felt and labels of each part. This week Miss Brown our class SLT came in to teach Mrs Thompson how to use colourful semantics, we were all amazing and look forward to getting to use this after half term in literacy.
Alfie was able to split the fruits in to two parts and with help wrote the number sentence
Harry made a felt version of himself.
Mason loved cutting the hair to be the right length.
Calvin wanted to be wearing a t-shirt in his felt model.
Amelia did lovely pencil control work to join up the emojis
Lucas was able to read the CVC word and choose the right picture between two
Lola did lovely reading with Mrs Lemon during play
Elliott did great work on phase 2 of colourful semantics with Miss Brown.
Nathanael worked on his counting, he was able to roll the dice & point to the right number
As part of our "Inside out" topic this week we visited Miss Lowry's science lab to look at a model of the human body! We loved getting to hold all of the organs and put them back in the right place.
Calvin was very excited to hold the heart!
Lucas & Lola made "breakfast" for Mason & Calvin in our home corner
Lucas & Mason were making "colour jars" from our "colour monster" story.
Nathanael & Harry worked hard to sort all the colours for our colour monster jars.
Mason read the caption & had to try and match it with the correct picture.
Alfie read the words and put a peg on the correct word, he did so many!
Elliott did lovely work copying his name onto the whiteboard.
Amelia coloured the people in the paper chain to represent different emotions.
Harry & Nathanael read the number card and built a tower to explore bigger/smaller numbers
Alfie and Calvin fixed a numberline that had missing numbers
Mason & Lucas had 5 cubes and worked out lots of different ways you could partition 5
Lola created a number game at golden time, we all loved playing it!
Our P.E. teacher, Mrs Curry has made us a "sensory pathway" on school grounds. We do it everyday during our walk a mile and are getting so good at it! We are also learning how to cross the road safely with the zebra crossing. Take a look at some other week 4 activities!
Lucas and Lola worked together to spot the mistake in the number line and fix it!
Elliott was reading the number in the bubble & sticking on the correct amount of stickers
In art we used blow painting to make a mixed up colour monster
Harry used the rule "round" and "not round" when sorting his fruits.
Calvin & Alfie worked together to sort the fruits by type.
Nathanael was deciding whether "n" went in the "i" hoop or the "n" hoop
Lola was acting out "disgust" for her classmate to guess what emotion she was showing.
Mason made a face biscuit as a special treat snack.
Calvin was very excited to be icing his "face biscuit"
We did a "Born to Move" fitness class, it really burned the extra sweets energy off!
This week we talked about our lovely families! Thank you all so much for sending in a family photo from home we loved talking about them at circle time. We also did a lot of writing this week and everybody tried so hard. Take a look at some of the writing activities we did below.
Amelia was giving the boy a hair cut in finger gym.
Calvin is really concentrating to make the letter "s" using string.
Lola and Mason did excellent work with our word writing carousel.
Alfie and Nathanael are writing letters on paper and in the sand.
Harry labelled a family photo and traced over the letters in literacy.
Lucas' labelled his family photo and copied the names from a whiteboard.
Elliott loved our doctor's surgery and wrote prescriptions during play.
We loved playing family snap in the garden, everyone took turns.
"Inside out" week 2, this week we learned that we are all different and that is one of the things that makes us so wonderful!! My favourite lesson this week was one that we did in our outdoor classroom. All children were given a pot to go collect things they thought were interesting, when they came back to the outdoor classroom we then took it in turns to sort the items by type. Once we had sorted items we took it in turns to count how many of each thing we had and match the correct numeral to the tray. We found that leaves were the most popular thing in our garden!! Everyone did such good listening too...... I think we will go back to the outdoor classroom.
Calvin traced over his name during play
Lola was sorting items for colour, type and size in numeracy.
Alfie and Nathanael are pulling a funny face during our "emotions hokey pokey".
Lucas was sorting letters that are in his name and letters that are not in his name
Harry worked hard to write his name during literacy
Amelia looking at her very special fingerprint during topic work.
We had a wonderful first week back to school, I am absolutely amazed at how well P2/3 were able to follow instructions, play together and adapt to our new "bubble" system in school, they really are outstanding and reflect the hard work that you as parents put in to support your children during lockdown. We introduced our new topic "Inside out" so here are some pictures of us playing inside and outside the classroom, I think the new play park is a definite hit!
P2/3 are all really excited to be back at school and we are absolutely delighted to have them back! Here are some pictures of our first day
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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