Please can you practise number formation of numbers 0 - 10. If they can form these numbers correctly move on to 10 - 20 and so on. Please make sure the children are forming them correctly.
In school we have been learning about noncturnal animals (i.e. fox, rabbit, owl, badger, cat, bat, otter). Can you discuss the different places these animals live and where you would find them.
What does nocturnal mean?
Can you draw then label or write a sentence about nocturnal animals.
Continue to practice counting, ordering, recognition and addition along with a song we have been learning this this week. The song is to the tune of 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' and helps the children learn their number bonds to 10.
6+4 make 10 you know
So do 7+3 it's so
8+2 and 9+1.
5+5 complete the sum,
All of these add up to 10.
Now shall we start all over again.
After the holidays our topic is 'When I fall Asleep.' Can the children write a few sentences about either their bedtime routine or whether or not they like the dark and why. Also please continue to hear the children read so they can continue to develop their reading skills.
Thank you and enjoy the Easter celebrations.
As part of our topic Holes, Spaces and hiding places we will be looking at animals that live in holes and different habitats. We would like you to choose an animal and find out where it lives. You can make a poster, draw a picture, create a fact file or a booklet or find out information on the internet.
We would also like to remind the children (and parents) that as well as the reading books which are issued to all children every week you also have access to Bug Club. This is a home reading scheme that can be accessed online on a variety of devices. We encourage the children to make use of this fantastic resource. If you are unsure of your child's log in details then please let me know.
Half Term Homework (13.02.2015)
When we return after half term St David's day will be fast approaching. With this will come the school Eisteddfod. Over the next couple of weeks we would like the children to work on their entries for the different competitions. We would encourage the children to enter as many competitions as they can. As the saying goes, 'You have to be in it to win it' Details of the competitions can be found in the news section on the homepage of the website.
Hope you all have a happy half term and we will see you on the 23rd
Diolch yn fawr
For homework this week could you please help your child to practise their part for our class assembly. Help your children to learn their lines and recite them clearly and loudly! We hope to see you all on Friday at 3pm.
In reception our context topic of the term has been ‘Dragon Tales’, we have been learning all about dragons, knights, princesses and castles. For your homework this week can you create one of the following - dragon, knight, princess, castle, shield, or crown (or something along this theme). You can create this in any way you like, for example you could build a castle out of recycled materials, or you could create a crown using paper and glitter, or a shield using cardboard and paint. The way this item is created is completely up to you. Have fun!
Friday 12th December
During our R.E. sessions we have been thinking about Advent and what it means. How does your family prepare in Advent? In class we have made an advent wreath and put up our Christmas tree. Can you draw a picture of something your family has done at home to prepare for Advent.
Friday 5th December 2014
As part of their Literacy lessons your child has been taking part in 'Write away'. The children are encouraged to write a sentence using their sound knowledge. Please could you encourage your child to write a sentence in their homework books about an activity they have taken part in on the weekend. They can draw a picture to accompany their sentence.
Monday 24th November
In school we made a giant dinosaur in the outdoor area using different materials. Can you draw a picture of a dinosaur and cover it using different materials/coloured paper to make it look like dinosaur skin?