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News from Reception

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The weather hasn't stopped our busy minibeast hunters this week.

Our garden has been transformed to have areas to plant and exciting resources to hunt minibeasts with. Exploring the garden has been more fun as we have planted lots of plants to attract the butterflies and bees. We have made the most of some old wellies and planted them up with flowers. One of the most exciting activities has been when the children have set up the Minibeast Olympics in the garden. We had a great time watching eachother take part in the races. Today we have been thinking of more events that we could do next week.

In our Literacy time we have been writing facts about spiders. Our sentence writing has been wonderful this week as we have awarded quite a few sentence super heroes. Sentence super heroes are awarded when there are new steps in learning seen. This week we have seen good letter formation and letter size, well done Reception.

Numeracy has been both practical and number based. Measuring Minibeasts has inspired us to measure all sorts in the environment. Spiff (a friend of Incy Wincy Spider) has been writing numbers back to front and we have had the job to sort it out.

In PE we began our training for the minibeast Olympics. To challenge ourselves further we demonstrated our skills on the adventure playground equipment on the field.

A new habitat has been introduced into the classroom — a Wormery. We are very interested to see what the worms are doing 'look they are moving up to the surface.' They also act as a clue for some of our learning next week.

Have a lovely long weekend,

Mrs Pointon.

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