Hello again, we have been sharing the story of Goldilocks and the Three bears this week.
The children have enjoyed making and eating porridge for snack. They have mixed the dry oats with water and heated it, in the microwave before eating it when it was ‘ just right !’
Our Priory Bear is on his way to you, so please remember to have fun and record the adventures in the diary provided. The children are very interested to find out what the bear has been up to when he comes back to school.
Wow! What a fantastic day full of reading and sharing brilliant books dressed in our pyjamas.
The FSU children shared books at Wiggly Worship, and with our talking friends at Westwood.
We had children from Year 3 who had made their own books to read with us and we shared books with our brothers, sisters, parents and carers.
Mr Little wood walked us through the jungle so we made exciting animal sounds and the teachers read to us too!
Thank you to everyone for making it a great fun day in FSU and school.
We challenge you all to complete the star sheet sent home let us know when you have done them all and tell us which was your favourite?
Keep reading a little every day
Wow what a busy week ! We have been on lots of bear hunts, walking and talking through the story.
Well done children if you remembered all the different environments in the story; long wavy grass, deep cold river, thick oozy mud ! etc.
Yes we are encouraging our children and families to read and share stories even more than their 10 minutes every day !
Remember to wear your pajamas so we can snuggle up and read together. We look forward to seeing you all !
We are beginning to talk about lent and things we can give up like Jesus asked the disciples to do. We will be talking about positive things we can do, to show we care. What could you give up for lent, or do that is kind or caring ? We have 24 fun ideas for you to try at home over the next few weeks !
Hi everyone, well we had fun at the end of term reading yet another great bear story Whatever Next . Many of us went to the moon with a picnic in the rockets we made .
Can you retell the story ?
This week We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and finding out even more bear facts.
Well done everyone, we have looked at Polar bears, Panda Bears and now Brown bears too. Why not share your brown bear facts on our blog we look forward to reading them.
We couldn’t not use all our senses to explore the snow ! What great fun we had.
We even caught a snowflake on our tongue!
Our Bible story this week was Jonah and the Whale. Here is Chloe with her drawing and a few of us re-enacting the story with our fishing boats, a whale and Jonah’s shelter.
If you could take 1 person on a boat with you who would you choose and why?
Letters and sounds are very important in our learning please help us to recognise them when you are out and about. Mars children are moving onto the letter names when they know most of their letter sounds a b c d e etc.
Mrs Neal’s phonics group have been working on letter names A B C and digraphs two letters that make one sound ng, sh and now th. Hear are some sounds to blend and read
k i ng, r i ng, w i sh, sh i p, th a t , th i s, th i n
Well done children with your counting in 10s , now you need to know those doubles. Double 1 is? double 2 is ? double 3 is ? double 4 is ? double 5 is ?
Hello everyone, we have been reading the story with all the amazing animals and thinking about the colour adjectives describing them!
Have you ever seen a blue horse ? What colour would you choose for a horse if it could be any colour and why?
Is it a good idea to have horses in our FSU Garden, because …?
CLIC – Come on Mars children shout it out !
How many fingers on each hand and altogether ?
Chant your numbers to 50 in tens : 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 … can you go beyond ?
We have been having fun listening and talking about the story of Noah and the Ark
We began the week having fun reading this book, many of us enjoyed naming the different animals and making their sounds. Can you recall all their names and sounds?
Polar bears are very interesting animals and we have been finding out about where they live and what they eat. Have you an interesting fact to share with us?
Polar bears swimming in open water are capable of swimming incredible distances, according to a study. They have been recorded regularly swimming over 30 miles (48 kilometers) and, in one case, as far as 220 miles (354 kilometers)
What a week ! To further develop or Listening and Attention, and Speaking the children have enjoyed a number of interactive stories read by are special visitor ‘Alice’. from the library service.
Rainbow fish was very beautiful and special but lonely, the starfish said go and see the wise octopus . He told the Rainbow fish to give away the shiny scales, was that a good idea? Should we always give away our things to have friends?
Odd sock day to support anti-bullying
A special thank you to everyone who sent in something for our shoe box appeal, Melanie from Bluebell Wood came especially to collect our box. She showed us pictures of the children and families she helps.
Project show case – Wow, so many of you worked very hard on your projects, thank you grown ups for your encouragement and support.