...wearing his Homefield uniform, sturdy, black shoes and waterproof coat!
I can't believe another week is over! We are really settling into our learning and am pleased with how smoothly all our routines are going!
In English, we continued looking at Traction Man and became noun and adjective spotters! We learned that we can have nouns that are people, places, animals and things (we even did some actions to remember this!) and we found out that words that describe the nouns are adjectives. Traction Man is full of them so we decided to come up with our own for some new Traction Man outfits and then put them in sentences like the book!
In Maths, we have been revising counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and using this knowledge to fill in missing numbers on a number line and also work out what the number line is going up or down in. We are getting the hang of it and are enjoying the Jack Hartman videos to practise counting (and do some exercise!).
We have finished the book 'Here We Are' by Oliver Jeffers and thought about the endangered species in the world and how we are all different and what makes us unique but how we are all still people in this world so we should be kind to everyone. Our theme of thankfulness this week helped us to think about this too and we know we have a lot of people to be thankful for in our lives.
We started our new Science topic today about Materials. We watched a video to find out what different materials we could see and name and then discussed what they were being used for and why. We then looked around the room to observe what other things we could see that were made from different materials. We will carry on with this next week and investigate a bit more!
Have a lovely weekend!
Miss Everett and Mrs Simpkins