Next week’s learning

Topic

Next week we will be reading ‘Where’s my Teddy?’ and encouraging children to think about how they can write their own story about a lost toy. This will follow on from the learning we have completed this week with repetitive text and using adjectives.

Please try and encourage your children to use adjectives in everyday scenarios, as this will encourage them to use this language within their writing. For example, when your child tells you something or a story, ask them to explain it to you, or just say, “That sounds fantastic, tell me more” leaving it open will encourage them to think for themselves.

Please see our learning journey below, to see what will be learning on each day.

Maths

In maths we are continuing to look at addition and subtraction using the part whole model and ten frames,  this week we will be looking at subtraction by breaking apart, solving word problems and partitioning 10 in different ways.

Please see our learning journey below, to see what will be learning on each day.

Homework

Thank you for all of your homework that was completed this week, please remember that it needs to be handed in by Thursday.

This week we have been looking at addition and subtraction and how to write these as number sentences. Please encourage your child to complete these questions by themselves.

This week there is no extension work as we would like you to focus on working on number bonds with your child. Information about this will be sent home with your child at the end of Friday 16th November. Thank you.

This week’s learning

  Topic

This week in topic we have been looking at a series of books ‘That’s not my…’

This was to support us in learning about repetitive text and the importance of text making sense. We had great fun making our own videos and adding in actions for the different repeating text.

During the week we made a plan for our own story with repetitive text so that we could write our own story at the end of the week.

Maths

In maths we have continued to work on addition and subtraction through word problems, this has included using the part whole model and ten frames.

Next week’s learning

Anti-bullying week

Choose Respect is the theme for Anti-bullying Week 2018.  The children will be taking part in a range of activities over the week linked to anti-bullying.  Activities include: The wall of respect, writing an acrostic poem on the theme of ‘choose respect’ and designing a ‘respect’ wristband.  Assemblies on Tuesday will have a bullying/anti-bullying focus, and we will be looking out for children who ‘choose respect’ over the week.

Please ask your child to share what they have learnt this week.  They should be able to explain what bullying is, what to do if worried about bullying, and know that they are in control over the way they behave and treat others.

Notice

If you have any old board games at home that your children no longer play with, please could we ask that you donate them to the school. The children love playing these games during wet play times and wet lunchtimes. Thank you for your support.

Topic

This week in topic we are looking at a series of books ‘That’s not my…’ we are looking at repetitive text and the importance of text making sense. We will create our own booklet at the end of the week.

Please see our learning journey below, to see what will be learning on each day.

Maths

In maths we are continuing to look at addition and subtraction using the part – whole model and ten frames, however this week we will be looking at word problems.

Please see our learning journey below, to see what will be learning on each day.