World Book Day
Sharing and Reading some fantastic books.
Reading - with practise reading improves.
Reading exercises the brain
Reading improves concentration
Reading develops knowledge
Reading improves vocabulary and language skills
Reading develops imagination
Reading helps develop empathy
and Best of all -READING IS FUN!
World Book Day
We made a book marker as part of our Literacy activity.
Words of the week.
old, with, now
Missing words and learning about the shape and number
of letters in the words.
The Enormous Turnip
We acted out the story - pulling, heaving and yanking the enormous turnip
and eventually with the help of the old man, the old woman, the boy, the girl, the cow, the dog, the cat and the mouse the turnip
finally popped out of the ground.
Using our phonic skills to build
three letter words on the Interactive Whiteboard.
Learning to label a polar bear features.
We also made a polar bear hand print which we labelled in
our Literacy activity books.
During a guided reading session we spent time writing a sentence together. Focusing on capital letters at the beginning of the sentence, spacing each word, using our phonic skills to sound out and ending the sentence using a full stop.
Well Done girls and boys I am so proud of your sentence!
As part of our Topic Winter
we made melting snowmen.
We are learning how to follow instructions
and be independent learners.
discussing winter weather and winter clothing.
Why and how we need to keep warm.
We dressed the boy on the Interactive board
before completing it individually developing
our cutting skills and understanding of warm
clothing before placing it correctly on the body.
We labelled each item of clothing.
Developing our language and communication skills.
Using the hoops to help develop the concept of explaining
for example - tell me about your weekend?
1st hoop - My mummy and I. (Who)
2nd Hoop - went to the shoe shop. (Where)
3rd Hoop - on Saturday. (When)
Letter of the week Hh.
As a follow on activity we made a Humpty Dumpty
with bendy legs.