Week 8- Neptune Class. This week we have had a lovely week exploring e-safety, the story of 'Nurse Clementine', measuring and drawing autumn vegetables and writing. We ended the week with a disco to celebrate filling our class star reward jar. Have a lovely half term!
Neptune Class- week 6. This week, we have been enjoying the story 'Real Superheroes' by Julia Seal. This book links to our enquiry 'who helps who?' We have been thinking about all of the people who help us in our everyday lives. We role played being vets and doctors, built hospitals, ambulances and supermarkets, we were builders and we also set up our own greengrocers! All of our writing and maths work has been linked to the story too. Here are some photos of another busy week in Neptune Clas!
Neptune Class- Week 5. Neptune Class loved our learning theme, ‘under the sea’ this week! We shared the story ‘The Rainbow Fish’ and talked about what it means to be a good friend. As authors, we fished for some tricky words, matched objects to different sounds, wrote sentences about the story and described sea creatures. As artists, we created rainbow fish collages and patterns and practiced pencil control with some shell sketching. As mathematicians, we went on an under the sea search and counted all of the creatures we could find. As engineers, we designed and made different rainbow coloured constructions. What another busy week we have had!
Neptune Class- week 3. We have enjoyed our forest theme this week. Our learning has been based all around the book ‘The Squirrels Who Squabbled’. We have enjoyed matching rhyming words, writing what the characters would say, acting out the story and creating forest inspired art! We also have been sharing acorns, conkers and matching forest numbers and going on a treasure hunt to find woodlands objects around the classroom. We also made the most of the lovely sunshine by reading outside and we shared some more of our happiness posters. What a busy week!
Neptune Class- This week we have been looking at the story of 'The Colour Monster'. We have been exploring our feelings and what to do if we feel worried, sad or scared. We talked about how it is okay to feel a range of emotions and that the most important thing to do is to always talk to an adult about how we are feeling. The children have enjoyed making colour monsters, writing about their feelings, exploring colour and numbers in maths, building monsters and monster dens and much, much more. Here are some photos from the week so far...
Neptune Class have really enjoyed sharing their 'happiness posters' with each other. It has been wonderful to find out about all of the things that bring them joy and happiness. These posters are proudly on display in our classroom. If you haven't made your poster yet, there is still time to bring it in this week.