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26.4.22 We have been researching information about rock pool creatures.
24.4.22 We have been learning about the beach and the seaside.
24.4.22 We had a vocabulary lesson all about recipes and using adjectives.
23.3.22 We are learning how to follow recipes. We made chocolate nests. Then we had to write the instructions.
15.3.22 We have been learning about different types of reports. We pretended to be news reporters.
2.3.22 We can retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
2.3.22 We can retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood through actions.
We made notes while listening to the story The gruffalo. 2.3.22 We had to listen for the adjectives and draw what was described.
2.3.22 We celebrated World book 📕 day. We dressed up as a word.
23.2.22 We celebrated 100 days of learning today. In English we counted all our reading books in 1Kt! We had 110 books! The children loved discovering and counting 100 different items throughout the day.
22.2.22 We have been learning about the story little red riding hood. We role-played and pretended to be the characters.
31.1.22 We have been using question marks.
25.1.22 Phonics fun!
25.1.22 We have been writing instructions about how to make a rocket.
24.1.22 We have been learning when to use capital letters.
21.1.22 We have been designing our own aliens.
19.1.22 We have been learning to design and label spaceships. We have also been writing questions.
10.1.22 We have been learning to use plurals by adding -s or -es to root words.
6.1.22 In English today we upcycled some recycled items. We had lots of fun reusing the materials.
5.1.22 In English we are learning to sort recycling.We pretended to work at a recycling centre.
In English we have been learning about Antarctic animals.
16.11.21 We had fun discovering and packing for an Antarctic adventure.
3.11.21 We are learning to rhyme.
19.10.21 We are learning to sequence the planets.
18.10.21 We have been learning about space.
12.10.21 In English we had a vocabulary lesson all about nocturnal animals.
23.09.21 Phonics fun! Tricky words practise.
23.09.21 We created artwork using natural resources and used adjectives to describe.
22.09.21 Our classroom had some visitors in the night.. we used our detective skills to work out who left the clues!
21.09.21 We went on a walk around the school and used our senses to write what we could see, smell and hear.
20.09.21 We are learning to use conjunctions.
15.09.21 We are learning to use question marks.
Our first topics is about animals, we will eventually write reports. We have been learning which are nocturnal and diurnal animals.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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