This week we have continued reading the three little pigs.
The children have enjoyed this story and can now retell the story with the aid of props and masks. They can talk about the key events which happen in the correct order.
The children have made houses out of junk modelling and spoke about the different types of houses that people live in.
We made piggy sandwiches, the children cut out their bread and spread their own butter. We then fed the crusts to the birds!
Welcome to Taw Parents Meeting
On Wednesday 26th January at 2:30pm there will be a Welcome Meeting for New Parents which will be held in Taw Class. If your child is new to Taw class and started in the Spring Term or if you were unable to attend the meeting held in the Autumn Term you are very welcome to come and join us. During the meeting we will discuss our curriculum, assessment and daily routines and answer any questions you may have.
This week we have been reading ‘The Billy Goats Gruff’.
The children have built bridges out of wooden blocks and recreated the story in their own words.
They have used positional language to describe where the troll and goat is in relation to the bridge – under, on top, next to, behind and in front.
They have used the playdough and accessories to create their own version on the troll.
Welcome back to the spring term! We hope you had a lovely Christmas.
This week we have had lots of new starters and our focus has been settling them in and getting them used to our routines.
We have read the story of the Three Little Pigs and used this text as the focus of our role play and mark making.
The children have made masks of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf. They showed great cutting skills.
They have also been in the role play area using what they have learnt in the story and building a house with bricks.
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