This week, we have been learning some instructions for making a scrumptious tomato soup which we will be using to help us to write our own instructions next week. Please take a moment to ask your child to read the text maps to you!
Last week Year 1 learnt about the poppy and what it represents. Year 1 created beautiful pictures of poppies using their finger prints and learnt a short poem: Poppy, poppy, what do you say? Wear me on Remembrance Day. Poppy, poppy, what do you tell? Many soldiers in battle fell. Poppy, poppy, what should we […]
We have been using Numicon to explore numbers up to 20. The children enjoyed creating Numicon staircases, looking carefully at how the different numbers are made and how they increase by one each time. To develop our fine motor skills, we then used tweezers to carefully lift water beads and place them into the Numicon […]
Year 1 have loved reading Room on the Broom recently. We have started to learn parts of it off by heart and have enjoyed learning about how helpful and kind the characters in the story are. Today, we used adjectives to make our writing more descriptive and interesting for the reader. Looking at the dragon […]
To celebrate the Queen’s birthday we have been looking at photographs of the Queen and portraits of her. We then learnt about the value of ‘tolerance’ and practised drawing and painting our own portraits of the queen. We had to be tolerant whilst completing our art. Please could you comment onto here with a time […]
Today the children had the opportunity to explore and develop their understanding of capacity. They were asked to describe how full different containers were. They were then challenged to fill containers so that they were ‘full’, ’empty’, ‘half full’, ‘half empty’ and then encouraged to discuss what ‘nearly full’, ‘over half full’ and ‘almost empty’ […]