We had a fantastic Friday doing lots of Pudsey activities in C3 after watching C4’s brilliant Children in Need assembly. We all looked so colourful!
This week, we have been continuing to focus on capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. We read the story of Little Red Riding Hood and thought of adjectives to describe the mean wolf. We came up with a huge variety – naughty, fierce, scary, fluffy, nasty, brown, creepy, horrifying. We came up with adjectives to describe his appearance… like pointy claws, sharp teeth and a bushy tail! We are superb at identifying adjectives now! We used these adjectives in our own character descriptions of the wolf on Wednesday.
Miss Wilson x
In literacy we have been learning about the prefix ‘un’. We know that it changes the meaning of a root word.
We had fun matching cards with root words to their corresponding prefix words and adding the words to sentences.
Fantastic fancy dress for World Book Day!
Class 4 had a very special visitor today…Santa! Everyone was so excited to meet him, he even gave each of us a present. 🎅🏻
This week in Class 1 we have been learning how to share quantities and objects. We already know how to half an amount, and we know that this means splitting evenly into two groups, so we used this knowledge to help us share into groups of 3, 4, and even 5.
In phonics our focus sounds this week were ‘igh’ and ‘ure’. Here are some of us playing ‘igh’ bingo, drawing pictures to represent ‘igh’ words, and writing ‘igh’ words in glitter.
On Wednesday it was Purple Day!
We all came into school dressed in something purple and donated £1 to the Kidsafe charity. We talked about lots of ways we can keep ourselves safe, including on the road, at the beach, in the sun, and online. We had lots of fun in the process!