Welcome back to school!
We have had a fantastic first couple of weeks back in school! The grown-ups and children have really enjoyed seeing each other again and they have had the best catch ups with their friends.
Our topic this term is still 'Homes around the world'. You will already be familiar with this topic during home-learning. We have enjoyed looking at different types of homes; this week we have been looking at maps and designing our own town, using a 'bird's eye view'.
Week beginning Monday 22nd March
Last week in Literacy we wrote our own versions of 'Goldilocks and the three bears' story. We have changed the bears into whichever animals we like. This week, some of the children have tried to edit their stories by using grown-up purple pens!
In Phonics we are recapping the sounds that were taught during lockdown. This week we have learnt that the sound /oy/ can be spelt in two different ways (much easier than some of our sounds!) and we have recapped on learning that the sound /u/ can be spelt differently like in the words few, true, cute.
In Maths we have revised subtracting to 20 and how we can represent different maths problems e.g. using tens frames and part-whole models.
For lots of resources about our topic and everything else visit the Espresso website. Parents have their own log in to use ...
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Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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