This week in school we have been learning so much our brains can not fit into our jumpers!
In phonics we have been learning the phonemes K and ck as well as the tricky words- the, I and to.
In our maths we have been ordering numbers and matching amounts to numbers.
As well as tecobginsong numbers we have also been carrying on with our formation. We practised 8 and 9. We know if we do 9 the wrong way around it looks like a letter P.
We have also been writing our dinosaur plans for our dinosaur models next week by writing labels for what materials we will need. Our segmenting and blending is getting better with practise.
In our exploring we have had dinosaur making competitions.
In Buddy time we designed our big brain front book covers.
We’ve been making dens
and looking for fossils.
We’ve even started to make our own fossil pictures with Mrs Ainscough.
How you can help out learning at home
- Practise wrong numbers around the house on pay it notes and get us to find the. And order them. Can we tell you what the numbers are?
- Practise writing words for models or toys we play with. Using writing in our every day routine is a good way to encourage us to write for a purpose.
- Practise our new letters by finding them in words a round the house or shops.
Dear Parents and Carers,
I would like to start up a regular baking session for Class Jonah and wondered if there would be anybody who would be willing to come into school and help?
I am also in need of any parents or family members who are free to come and assist with readers. If you think you would like to come and help in the classroom please let me know.
As you are aware the Great British weather can change at any point.
We are asking for any donations for our wet play boxes. These are toys that we use during wet lunch times. We know in Class Jonah we have a lot of toys but we have special toys for wet plays as we share them with other classes.
Toys that we are in need of are things such as old Lego, simple games snap, hungry hippos and exciting comics.
Many thanks in advance. 🙂