Toy appeal, wiggling worms and so much more!
Friday 4th October | No comments yet
The children have been very thoughtful this week and have been considering how they can cheer up children who are in hospital over Christmas. They have contacted a local charity and are going to try and collect as many toys as possible. They found a large box to collect toys, wrote letters to their friends and made posters to explain their plan. There is a box in RB if anyone would like to donate. Unfortunately, these toys do have to be brand new for them to be accepted by the charity. All donations will be gratefully received.
Worms, worms and more worms!
This week the children have been worm mad! We have made our own ‘Worm World’ and enjoyed watching them travel around it.
As well as looking at habitats we have also discovered that their favourite food is waste! We have collected left over food from the kitchen to keep our worms full and healthy.
The children enjoyed observing the worms and drawing their own interpretation of our ‘Worm World’.
The children watched a video which explained where worms live, what they eat and how they move!
This week in Phonics we have learn the tricky word ‘I’. The children practised writing it and saying it in a sentence.
We have introduced the phonemes; p, i and n. The children are very proud of their ever increasing phonic knowledge.
This week in maths we have focused on the numbers 3 and 4. We have practised forming the numerals as well as investigating how to show each number in different ways.
We all had lots of fun building a race track and directing the Beebots around.
Letters have been sent home today to book your parents evening appointments. We look forward to meeting you all.
Have a lovely weekend.
The Reception Team