Thank you for attending our phonics workshops this week. Follow the links to find the pronunciation of the phonemes and to sing the jolly phonics songs. Have fun practising at home.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqhXUW_v-1s (Phoneme pronunciation)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCMvsQho4ZE (Jolly phonics songs)
Week beginning: 15.10.18:
This week we have been learning about positional language, we have been trying hard to use the correct language when talking about where people or objects are in the classroom. Some children were working on following instructions and had to put a teddy in the place where they were asked, for example under the crate, on top of the table, or next to another object.
We have also been exploring our senses this week, here are the different things we did.
Smell: cloves, vinegar, washing up liquid, coffee, perfume and chocolate sauce.
Taste: marmite, golden syrup, chocolate and sherbet.
Touch: feathers, cotton wool, pva glue and water.
See: kaleidoscopes, mirrors and binoculars.
Hear: sirens, farm animals, thunderstorms and many more.
We really enjoyed this, I wonder if you guess the different things we are smelling and tasting from the pictures!
Silly Sock Day: Friday 5th October
Today we have been drawing self portraits using pastels. We looked in the mirrors to help us choose the right colours for our features, and here are the end results.
Take a look at some of our mark making:
Wrens Class have settled into the school routines fantastically well and it is so lovely to see so many smiley faces in the morning.
This week we have been focusing on name writing, some of us had a go at writing our first and last names for the very first time, and what a great effort everyone put into this.
We have been exploring the technology in our class and we had a go on the Interactive Whiteboard, check out some of our pictures below.
Welcome to our exciting new class page. I will be updating it with news, children's work, achievements and much more very soon. Our class newsletters will also be available here too.
Please let me know if there's anything you'd like to see here on our class page.