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Class 1 Learning

Welcome to Class 1.

It has already been a really busy start to the term. Our topic for this term is ‘Once Upon a Time’. On returning to school the children brought in bags they had prepared over the summer. In the bags they put a new book they had discovered and props as clues to the book. These were really impressive! We have been sharing lots of books, old favourites and exciting new ones. Have a look at some of our learning so far this term.

Learning about numbers and writing them.

Counting using 10 frames.

Playing counting games.

Reading numbers to 100 and ordering them.

Putting a 100 square back together- knowing which number is 10 more/less.

After reading Space Tortoise we made a rocket out of construction straws.

The story Rainbow Fish inspired us to make boats to go across the oceans.

We had to choose suitable materials to ensure the boat would float.

After reading The Story Orchestra and listening to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons we made a tree out of construction straws.

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Nov 2018

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