17 October 2019
This week we have continued with the farm and Old MacDonald theme and have looked at the book Flip Flap Farm. We have been very busy reading the book, discussing how we can make different silly farm animals and creating our own. We then used our own silly farm animals to sing Old MacDonald. See the video on Twitter. In Squiggle While You Wiggle and Make Your Mark, we made loops in the air and on paper to music. Then used those movements to create a tail for the pigs.
In Maths, we have been comparing groups of objects. Talking about which group has more, less, whether the groups are bigger or smaller or the same. We have used groups of farm animals and toys and played a pom pom game in teams and talked about which group got more.
During Phonics this week, we have been exploring alliteration. We have created Alliteration Aliens, played Bertha's Bus (exploring items that start with the same sound) and Silly Soup. We also tried to hear the first sound in our name.
Each week we have a BLP Learning Hero, our Learning Hero is a child who has shown one or more of our 4 R learning powers (reciprocity, resilience, resourcefulness, reflectiveness).
This weeks Learning Heroes are Anthony (AM) for making links in Phonics and Hezzy (PM) for building his confidence and finding his voice on the carpet. Lewis and Elsie also got into the Extraordinary Zone for showing reciprocity when working together to complete a computer game.
Home Learning books will be collected on a Monday and we will share their learning and any weekend news.
At home with you Little Owl you can:
*Sing Old MacDonald with a silly farm animal
*Compare groups of objects, talk about whether one group is bigger, small, has more or have the same. (you can do this with toys, food etc.)
*Give your Owl or yourself a silly alliteration name. See if they can join in. e.g. Zippy, Zoomy, Zappy Zak.
*Next week will be our last week in school before half term. We finish on Friday 25th and return on Monday 4th Nov.
We hope you have a lovely weekend! See you all on Monday.
Posted by Kayleigh Sheridan on 17 October 2019
Category: Class of 2027