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Ideas of what to do in the holidays.
Here are the first 15 ideas, how many can you do in two weeks? Let me know on our class blog.
1. Paint my families' portrait
2. Write and make a book
3. Draw some flowers or the fruit bowl
4. Do some yoga
5. Finger paint
6. Make a band from kitchen pots and pans
7. Footprint paint
8. Have a dance alarm every 30 minutes/ hour
9. Have a birthday party for a pet or cuddly toy
10. Have an indoor picnic
11. Have an indoor treasure hunt
12 Do the 'Hokey Cokey'
13 Take a selfie through a toilet roll tube and pretend you are on the moon
14 Jump around like a bunny rabbit
15 Make cards for everyone in your home
Here are some fun activities for you to try over the Easter break. Post some photos on the class blog when you have completed them.
Welcome to Owlets R
Mrs Worthy, Miss Brigg and Miss Begum welcome you to our reception class. Please read through the information below to help you and your child understand all that will be happening in our school year.
There will be parent information meetings that will explain in further detail Reading, Writing and Maths.
We will be inviting parents to our Play and Stay sessions each half term.
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
We will be learning about demonstrating friendly behaviour, initiating conversations and forming good relationships with our peers. As well as explaining our own knowledge and understanding. We will be doing circle times to become aware of our own and others feelings understanding that some actions and words can hurt others’ feelings.
Communication and language
We are learning to listen to stories with increasing attention and recall, as well as using language to
imagine and recreate roles and experiences in play situations. We will be listening and responding to ideas expressed by others in conversation or discussion. We will begin to question why things happen.
Throughout the year children will focus on the way stories are structured and suggest how a story might end. We will begin to read words and simple sentences, representing sounds correctly and in sequence. We will write our names, picture captions and labels. We will have a daily ‘Letters and Sounds’ and guided reading session.
We have a daily ‘Magic Maths’ session where children learn about different mathematical concepts in a fun and practical way.
Understanding the World
We are going to be showing an interest in different occupations and ways of life. We will have a weekly visit to our woodland area and will regularly visit our local area. We will be learning about where we can find information and how to complete a simple program on a computer.
Expressive arts and design
Children will join construction pieces together in order to build and balance. We will aim to construct with a purpose in mind, using a variety of resources and to be able to use available resources to create props to support role-play. We will introduce a story line into their play and encourage children to play alongside other children who are engaged in the same theme.
Children will begin to form recognisable letters. In PE we will experiment with different ways of moving. We will also learn good practices with regard to exercise, eating, sleeping and hygiene which can contribute to good health.
Your child has been provided with a Phonics book, please go through the Phonics book weekly. Each week your child will be provided with ‘Talk Homework’ in their ‘Busy Bee Book.’
Have a look at our wonderful learning. We have enjoyed outside learning, had fun in the Ministry of Magic, gone shopping to buy ingredients for making gingerbread men, learnt about the festival of Diwali, had adventures in the woodland area, created natural pictures and a lot more!
There has been more fabulous learning going on in the Owlets class. We have been making obstacle courses, creating models, meeting new characters from the 'Lets Grow Allotment Nursery, and working with shapes.
It is a new year and time for lots of new learning. Riding balance bikes, off to the polar lands in an aeroplane, painting polar bears and winter pictures inspired by Monet, investigating 3D shapes and shopping in a toy shop. We have had fun finding out about Chinese New Year celebrations, including painting Chinese symbols, tasting noodles, using chopsticks, creating a dragon dance and making the ‘Great Wall of China.’