Summer Term B
Oliver's Fruit Salad
Reception enjoy taking part in bushcraft sessions and love to be outdoors with Mrs McHatton. This week we listened to the story "Oliver's Fruit Salad" by Vivian French and made our own colourful fruit kebabs. It was fantastic to see so many families at our family learning event and experience our exciting Life Skills Challenge Award. Thank you for your support.
On Friday Reception had a lovely picnic with some very important guests (their favourite teddy bear).
As part of our topic on farms and animals we went for a visit to Northumberland Zoo. We got to meet lots of the different animals and looked at how they should be cared for. What a fabulous day we all had!
School Talent Show
Odd and Even Investigation
Reception looked carefully at the shape of odd and even Numicon shapes. The children counted out the matching number of socks and then paired them up. We worked out even numbers make pairs and if an odd number a sock was left out.
The Cow That Laid An Egg
Reception have really enjoyed the story of 'The Cow That Laid An Egg' by Andy Cutbill this week. This book gave us the opportunity explore and celebrate what makes us all uniquely special.
Reception followed simple instructions and made chocolate, banana and strawberry milkshake from cow's milk.
Where does food come from?
This week we listened to different versions of the traditional tale "The Little Red Hen". Reception made their own story maps to retell the story.
We worked as a team to shake cream and turn it into butter. Reception learned that the fat sticks together and makes the cream thicken. The buttermilk was poured away and our delicious homemade butter spread on our breakfast toast.
Little Red Hen
This week the children have enjoyed looking at the journey that the 'Little Red Hen' took to make her delicious bread. To show the children the process of making bread we turned our classroom into a bakery and made our own delicious bread buns using yeast. Using key events in the story, the children were able to retell and order the story correctly. The children discussed if they would have shared their bread with the characters in the story.
This term Mrs Williams will be delivering cycle coaching in our Reception class. The children loved their first session using the balance bikes.
We have been looking at the story "Peepo!" by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. A story set in the 1940's which looks at what a baby can see as they look around their family home. We enjoyed comparing some of the rooms in the story, to what our houses and rooms look like now. We saw record players, radios and toilets that were very different from what we are used to! Mrs Taylor talked about her childhood home and showed us some items from her past.