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What we are learning this week:

 

 

Autumn 1, Week 5

English –Three Little Pigs

This week we continued with our book of Three Little Pigs and the children have been learning about adjectives.

  • At home you can: Ask the children if they can tell you what an adjective is and give you some examples.

Maths

We have been learning about one more than and one less than a given number using a number line.

  • At home you can: practise writing our numbers, focusing on start and end points when writing each number.

Home Learning ideas for next week

  • As part of our topic this term, we will be learning about maps and how to use a map. The children will be learning about how to use a key and they created their own maps of where the three little pigs built their houses.

The children went on a hunt around the school to see what they could find!

  

   

Previous Weeks' Learning

Autumn 1, Week 4

English –Three Little Pigs

This week we introduced the story of the Three Little Pigs – the children acted out the story and ordered the parts of the story using key words and sentence starters.

  • At home you can: Ask the children if they can retell you the story.

Maths

We have been learning about one more than and one less than a given number.

  • At home you can: practise writing our numbers, focusing on start and end points when writing each number.

 

Home Learning ideas for next week

  • As part of our topic this term, we will be learning about maps and how to use a map. The children will be learning about how to use a key and will be creating their own when they draw their own map of the route the pigs take when they leave their family home and build their own homes.
  • We have been learning about magnets so please discuss with your child how magnets work and which materials magnets attach to.

Autumn 1, Week 3

English – Little Red

This week we continued to read the story of Little Red and created a story mountain of the story. We then wrote an alternative ending to the story.

  • At home you can: Ask the children if they can retell you the new version of the story.

Maths

We have been learning to count backwards and forwards from 1-10.

  • At home you can: practise writing our numbers and counting backwards and forwards from 1-10.

 

Home Learning ideas for next week

  • As part of our topic this term, we will be learning about North, South, east and West and words related to direction and location such as up, down, left, right etc. if you can, talk through all of the words your child knows that helps them understand the location of something e.g. under a table, left at the end of the road.
  • We will also be learning about sinking and floating so please discuss objects with your children and consider their properties when thinking about whether they sink or float.

    

 


 
Autumn 1, Week 2

English – Little Red

This week we read the story of Little Red and did some hot seating which is when we pretend to be the characters and we ask them questions.

  • At home you can: Ask the children if they can retell you the story of Little Red.

Maths – Sorting

We have been counting to 10 and using the terms less than/more than when looking at different numbers.

  • At home you can: practise writing our numbers and the terms more than/less than.

 

Home Learning ideas for next week

As part of our topic this term, we will be looking at maps of the Balfour area so if you have any maps at home, show the children what sorts of things we may find on a map, such as a key to identify symbols.


Autumn 1, Week 1

English - ‘Holiday News

This week our Literacy has been focused on hearing all about the wonderful things the children did over the summer holidays.

  • At home you can: Ask the children if they can remember what we did and discuss key words they may need to use when describing their holidays.

 

Maths – Sorting

We have explored different ways of sorting objects – see photos.

  • At home you can: practise sorting objects around your house.

 

Home Learning ideas for next week

It would be wonderful if you would like to do some counting and reading with your children but the children have had a really busy week so please enjoy your weekend and rest before another very busy week next week