This week the children have been learning all about the life cycle of a butterfly. They went outside to draw their own life cycle on the ground using chunky chalks.
The children in Class 2 have thoroughly enjoyed making pancakes this week. They read and followed a recipe to make the perfect pancake. Then the children decided to write a recipe for their families to make at home. Yum!
The children in Class 2 have been solving addition and subtraction sums in Maths this week. They used the cubes to solve this practically before writing the answer in a number sentence, fantastic work!
The children in Class 2 have had an excellent time in PE this week. They used a balloon to copy, repeat and practise a variety of handling activities.
Today Class 2 had there class assembly. It was a winter assembly and the children talked about the clothes that we should wear and we shared the story of Jack Frost.
The children have enjoyed being outside this week. To develop their fine motor skills, one of their jobs was to use a spray bottle filled with paint and water to cover a white sheet.
This week the children in Class 2 read the story ‘Jack Frost’. When they came in from break time, the children discovered a letter in the book area. The letter was covered in snow, they guessed that it was from Jack Frost. Jack Frost had lost his hands and needed our help to find them, the children did a fantastic job of searching for his hands and we put them in a safe place for him. We then wrote some fantastic letters to tell him that we found his hands. Great job Class 2!
This week the children have enjoyed recognising numbers to 10 and putting the correct amount of beans in each tub. They also sorted the beans into the three different types and counting how many they had.
The children dressed up as Superheroes today to celebrate our attendance this month. The boys and girls in Class 2 looked fantastic and we had a super day!
The children in Class 2 have enjoyed painting the initial sounds of objects this week, they had to hear the sounds and identify the letter. Some are even beginning to hear all sounds in simple CVC words.