Week beginning 28th March 2011
It is so exciting to watch your children develop as learners as they explore our indoor and outdoor environment. It is wonderful to see that people are viewing our blog all around the world!
Playing with friends
Sorting and matching
Designing and making my TV
Using my fine motor skills to make a penguin
Making the Bee Bots move
We are practising our football skills in P.E.
The princesses slept for 100 years!
Using my mark making skills
Sharing a story as a group
Sharing a book with a friend
Looking at a book in the reading boat
Making my own story book
We are ready to start the countdown...
A picnic on the moon!
Making a space rocket
Making a space rocket
Looking at bugs.
Week Beginning 14.3.11
In K1, there has been much excitement as some children have explored ‘Under the Sea’. Divers have been ‘swimming’ to see what they can find in the ocean; wearing masks to give them a clearer view! What else can you see in our photos?
We have really enjoyed sharing the things that the children have brought from home in our ‘Group times’. Thank you! They create much discussion and encourage all of the children to develop speaking and listening skills.
Making a tickling alien with so many eyes!
Playing a dinosaur matching game - we are great at turn taking!
Playing an underwater matching game.
Sharing knowledge and toys from home.
Mark making in the role play area.
Enjoying a story sack: ˜The Journey Home from Grandpa's
Building houses using the small world toys.
Rescuing the princess from a big tall tower using a ladder made by friends.
Playing with the dinosaurs.
Exploring in the garden.
Digging in the sand.
Pegging out the washing.
Week Beginning 7th March 2011
The arrival of ‘tadpoles’ in the K1 garden has created much interest. Over the last two weeks the children have spent time around the fish tank observing them closely. With great excitement they have been able to watch them develop and to begin to change. They have become much bigger and now have four legs. The learning around the tadpoles and frogs was extended when a very brave frog made the pirate ship his temporary home. Some children were checking on him daily while he was there!
To go with this focus we have been learning the following song:
Two Little Speckled Frogs
Two little speckled frogs,
Sat on a speckled log
Eating the most delicious bugs
One jumped into the pool
Where it was nice and cool
Then there was only one speckled frog
Constructing and building
Making our own games
Playing in the bubbles
Cutting, sticking and being creative
Making music and exploring sound
Thank You for taking the time to share these picures with your family.
Mrs Sarah, Miss Kate and Miss Jess