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World book day Thursday 3rd March

Amazing Animals

 

We are continuing with our topic Amazing Animals. This term we will be learning about pets, mini beasts and farm animals and incorporating our love of reading by introducing some of these animals through our author of the term Julia Donaldson. Some of the books we will be reading include; Hospital Dog and Shuffle and Squelch, Superworm and Spinderella, A Squash and A Squeeze and What the Ladybirds Heard. 

 

We will be learning about the different types of animals and their habitats.

 

In PSE we will be learning about how to be a good friends including sharing and taking turns. 

 

In PE we will be learning gymnastics.  

 

In Maths we are learning about numbers to 10, number bonds to 10, length, weight and height and 3D shapes and patterns.  

 

There will be more detailed information posted on Class Dojo throughout each week. 

 

You can also take a look at our topic leaflets to find out what we are learning about.

Our home learning sheets provides you with opportunities and ideas of how to support your child's learning at home.

 

In the coming weeks we will be contacting you to talk about how your child is learning at school and how you can help at home.  

 

 

 

Reception phonics talk

 

Take a look on Class Dojo to see how we teach phonics, what your child is learning and how you can support them at home. 

Class Dojo

 

Well done if you have already signed up to our Class Dojo. If you haven't please do so as soon as possible so you do not miss out on important information. We may post messages, videos or photos of what has been happening in the class. 

 

If you do message us via the Dojo we will try and respond to you as soon as possible but sometimes it might take a little longer as we are teaching or may have meetings. 

 

E-Safety and Computing

 

As part of computing we will be talking about being safe and kind online. We will be sharing a story with the children which you might enjoy sharing at home with your child.

 

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/teachers/ks1/digiduck.aspx


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