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An Autumnal Week at Preschool

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Hi Preschool,

Another week has flown by and we have been as busy as ever!

We spent our greeting times sharing your autumn treasure's from your hunts over the weekend the children have been able to identify their finds and talk about the different signs of autumn.

In our literacy sessions we have continued to develop a love of reading and have read the story 'The Little Red Hen' by Liz Pichon. We identified repeated phrases and talked about the different characters. This story also helped us to think about Harvest. We learnt that Harvest happens in the autumn and that it is a time that people come together to say thank you to God and the farmers for growing and harvesting crops that help to put food on our table.

The children have been very excited to bake apple crumble this week, thank you for your donations of apples. We have used knives carefully to chop apples and sprinkled on the crumble topping. A perfect pudding for cosy autumn evening.

This week Numberblocks have supported our mathematics learning . We have been introduced to the number 1 and have been developing the concept of 'oneness'. We have learnt that one is a single unit and have looked at different ways to represent one. One can be represented as a finger, Numberblock, familiar things, as a spoken word, as a movement and as a numeral. This is how we have represented number one. We have looked for numeral one in our indoor and outdoor environments. We have used a stem sentence to talk about the single unit e.g. I can see one block. We have followed instructions to represent one e.g can you jump one time, can you touch one elbow. We have also created a 'One Wonderful World' collage and printed with objects to represent one.

We have also been counting to 10 and sang the song 'Ten Little Apples'. We used apples and nuimcon to represent an amount.

Within our free play the writing table has been very popular, we have enjoyed printing with apples, creating a repeated pattern with apples, using a knife carefully to chop apples and rolling apples down the guttering into the water tray was lots of fun!

Have a wonderful weekend,

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