English -Autumn term 1. We are reading a selection of traditional tales, we started with the tale of The Little Red Hen.
We loved making gingerbread man puppets and using them to retell the story.
We enjoyed using Chatta in our active reading lesson to talk about what was happening in each picture. We tried hard to start all our sentences with the sentence openers. Please look on 1HB Facebook Chatta for this chat.
We found these bowls of porridge in the classroom this morning but someone had eaten the porridge in the small bowl and left a mess all over the table. Who could it have been?
Chatta linked to Goldilocks and the three bears. We have described how the Bears were feeling or what they were wearing. Please go to 1HB Chatta on Facebook to listen to this chat.
We used Chatta to say how we though the crayons were feeling in the book The day the crayons quit. We used some lovely emotion words.
We used Chatta to explain what happened at the end of the story -The day the crayons quit.
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Maths work in Autumn term will be focused on place value. This will include grouping objects, lots of counting both forwards and backwards and understanding the value of numbers and what they represent.
A selection of photographs of us doing lots of counting, grouping, problem solving and reasoning activities.
We have been counting forwards and backwards, trying to understand that when we count back the numbers get smaller. We used cubes and number lines to help us with this.
Using cubes to understand that when we count back the numbers get smaller.
We have been using cubes to help us understand 1 less and to solve problems.
We have been working out whether there are enough objects for each person to have one each (one to one correspondence)
Problem solving and reasoning linked to one to one correspondence.
We have been working on greater than/less than and equal to in maths lessons. We have enjoyed using the crocodiles to help us understand these concepts (the open mouth of the crocodile likes to eat the numbers that are greater than)
Science - this half term we have been on a sound walk, we then recorded sounds we heard on our walk.
Geography - we want to find out why Kensington primary school is here in Kensington. We started by talking about the things we like about our school and the things we would like to change about it. We the n thought about the area outside our school, what we liked and disliked.
We went for a walk around our local area to see what we have around our school. We saw lots of different things, lots of houses, shops, a church, trees, grass and lots of litter.
A selection of activities during continuous provision time.
We enjoyed our trip to Asda to look for things on our shopping list. We used our phonic knowledge and picture clues in store to help us find the ingredients that The Little Red Hen needed to make bread. We enjoyed scanning the things on our list and finding out how much these things cost.