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WC 2nd and 9th December 2019
This week has involved lots of practising for our Christmas play - "Hey Ewe!"
We have loved learning our songs and dances ready for the production next week. We can't wait to show you!
We have also been writing our letters to Santa this week. - we have used our best writing and thought of what we would like to ask for for Christmas.
This week has been nursery rhyme week. The children have been learning a new nursery rhyme each week and our continuous provision has been linked to this.
We have learnt the following nursery rhymes
1) Down in the jungle
2) Incy Wincy Spider
3) Row Row Row Your Boat
4) Baa Baa Black Sheep
5) Humpty Dumpty
WC 18th November 2019
This week we have continued our work on supertato.
We have written a list of all the vegetables he has to save, and have thought about ordering the story.
On Thursday we came in to school to find a message from the evil pea - he had frozen Supertato!
We had to use all of our scientific knowledge to help him escape. We talked about what ice is and how we can make it melt to help the supertato!
WC 11th November 2019
This week we have been focusing on the story "Supertato"
We discovered the characters through Miss White and Miss Hulmes shopping bag (our characters are all vegetables!) and then read the story and met the evil pea!
We have been very excited to read about what the evil pea has been up to! On Wednesday we discovered that the evil pea had stolen all the pages our of our book! We had to save the day and find them hidden around the classroom and put the story back together!
We have also been focusing on remembrance day. We created poppy art work to remember the soldiers past and present.
Pants are Private
The children in EYFS have had a lesson thinking about how to keep ourselves and our bodies safe.
As part of this work we looked at the NSPCC's "pants are private" work.
The children have watched the "pantosaurus" video, then discussed and thought about keeping what is covered by our pants as private.
For information you can visit the website: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/ where there is a section with guidance for parents.