It’s our class assembly tomorrow at 9am. Please drop your child off at normal at 8.40am in class and then make your way around to the front of school where you will be let in to the hall. Make sure you are not late, we don’t want anyone to miss their moment to shine! I hope to see you all there!
See you tomorrow!
Well, the temperatures reached 30 degrees Celsius today, we could certainly feel the heat. So at story time we went and sat under one of our trees in the outdoor area and had some stories in the shade. We really enjoyed joining in with the story The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Oi! Get off our train by John Burningham.
A couple of action shots…
Ivy threaded the laces through the threading board but there was a problem, her laces weren’t long enough. So Ivy went back and pulled the laces tightly so that there were no loops and her lace could reach the end, great perseverance Ivy!
Emily used the 2Simple software to make her own spiral pattern after we had just walked the green and yellow spiral in the playground.
Don’t forget, it is Reception’s Sports Day on Monday at 1.15pm. Please come along to support the children, they would love to see you there if you can make it!
If you haven’t already brought in your coloured t-shirt please make sure that you remember it for Monday. Your child has already been told which colour they will need to bring in.
There will also be a parents race so make sure that you wear your trainers!
Take a look at Jayden’s mark making that he did today. This is a picture of Jayden and his family. They are about to get in the car and drive along the road, all the way to legoland!
Gerardas, Aarav and Max learnt how to add by counting on. They could even write the ‘switcher’ e.g 2+3 =5 and 3+2=5. They were really proud when we went to visit Mr Spink and he gave them a reward wristband each for their fantastic learning! We definitely have some amazing mathematicians in our class- keep up the good work boys!
What is counting on?
If for example we have 5 pink cubes and 2 blue cubes we can count on from the bigger number to find out how many cubes we have altogether so 5… Count on…6,7!