Summer 1 2021
The first part of this half term will be spent learning about St. George and the Dragon and castle life as we celebrate St. George's Day. We will then move on the learn about minibeasts, where they live and some minibeast life cycles. We will look at some artwork by Matise and see if it inspires us to create our own pieces in the style. We will continue to embed our knowledge of numbers through developing our calculation skills in maths.
Spring 2 2021
This half term our learning was based around Keeping Healthy and the celebrations of Pancake Day and Easter.
We learnt about where vegetables and fruits come from, the importance of a healthy diet, as well as found out some other ways to keep healthy. We looked at different occupations, where people help us to be healthy and safe too. We were chefs and followed instructions to make pancakes, fruit milkshakes and Easter cakes. We looked at some artwork by Vincent Van Gogh and then became artists as we created our own paintings. In maths, we learnt about the number 10 and explored addition and subtraction with this number, as well as doubling and sharing with different amounts to 10.
Spring 1 2021
This half term we have got lots of exciting learning planned around wild animals.
We will be learning about different habitats and the animals that live there. We will compare the environments and discuss what it is like where we live. We will become scientists and find out how to melt ice and what happens when colours are mixed together. In maths, we will learn to name and describe 2D and 3D shapes as well as understand the numbers 6-9 - what they are made of, how to count to that number, what is 1 more and 1 less, how to represent that number through drawings, marks and writing the digit.
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Parent Support Information
Please find below information to help you to support your child while they are learning at home.
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Parents' Guide to Supporting Your Child with Writing at Home
Please find below a useful guide to the stages of early writing and what to do at each stage to support your child while you are learning at home.