Miss Doig brought in her shopping bag and we had to sort it into healthy and unhealthy foods. Some items had to go into the both section, because if we ate too much of it, it could be unhealthy for us.
We have been learning about 2D shapes. To compete this jigsaw we had to find all of the circles!
The construction area is still very busy! Look at this amazing structure that was created this morning!
We are lucky to have lots of books in our classroom for us to enjoy. Some of the books are huge, like these floorbooks. Some are smaller and we are able to get comfy in our book corner and look at the books ourselves. We love stories.
Two weeks ago we planted runner beans. First, we put some soil into our cups, then we made a little hole for the bean to sit in.
Some of the beans have sprouted and we can see the plant starting to grow. Others are taking a little longer!
Mr Tyler brought along some plants that he had in the science room and we investigated the different parts of the plant by taking it out of the soil. We were able to see the roots that had grown down deep into the soil.
We also drew diagrams showing the bean, the roots and the shoots.
Using loose parts and 2D shapes we created some flowers of our own.
We are enjoying watering and watching our plants grow. Hopefully they will grow into healthy runner bean plants.
We made shape pizzas using circles, triangles, squares and rectangles.
We were working on our fine motor skills and counting as we made cheerio bands.
Look at our numbers. We have been practising how to form them correctly.
We even had a number 6 scavenger hunt to find 6 of each object.
Another busy day in 1.4. We were learning number 7 this morning with songs, rhymes and activities. We had an author visit from Chris Riddell who shared one of his picture books with us and showed us his drawing skills.
We then looked over our sounds for the week and in the afternoon we had our outdoor learning activities on the adventure playground and the logs. The skills we were developing were balancing and travelling across equipment as well as teamwork and communication.