Week 5 - 3.2.20
Next week we will be sharing the story of the Little Red Hen. We will be talking about helping each other and working together.
We will be making bread and creating interesting farmyard displays for animals using natural resources, including collage in art.
In literacy we will be writing letters and learning 'igh' and 'ur' in phonics as well as reading the tricky word 'you'.
In maths we will be sequencing events eg. In the morning I wake up and then get dressed before having breakfast.
Talking to your children about daily routines will help their learning and vocabulary eg First, next, after, before, last.
We will be teaching Time, using o'clock, minutes and hour vocabulary.
Thank you for all your help with the cooking! Please do come and see us if you can read your favourite book at 3pm the children will be excited to see you.
Nativity Costumes - Please give any outstanding Nativity costumes to Class teachers by Friday 13th December. We need to check we have everything ready for our Dress rehearsal on Monday.
Christmas Parties - Our Christmas party is on Tuesday 17th December PM. Children should wear their party clothes to school on Tuesday, suitable for the weather on that day please. Please give any party food to teachers before Tuesday 12 o'clock.
Thank you for your continued support.
After Christmas we will be learning the following words and sounds if you would like to look at them over the holidays.
ai, ee, oa, oo, ar, or, igh, ur, ear, air, ure.
We will be reading and writing the following words too:
he, she, we, me, be, was, my, you, her, they, all, are.
You can always revise the sounds and words in your blue and yellow books.
This year the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has its 30th birthday. We think this is worth celebrating! We want to find out what life was like before the CRC was adopted by the UN in 1989. The children will do this by talking to people that they already know who may have been children or even adults in 1989, such as your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or other trusted people in your community.
We would like your child to share a little bit of information to their class about what they have found out on the week commencing 25th November.
Mrs Adem (UNICEF Lead)