Category Archives: Literacy

Telling stories….

Today we have been retelling the story of the Awomgalema Tree. We have used our amazing story maps to help us tell the story. It has been a challenge to remember all the animals in the story but with lots of practice we can tell the story really well. Can you retell a story you enjoy?

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Creating stories….

Today during independent learning we have been making stories about flowers, ourselves and cars. We have been inspired to make these stories by our story this week about the Awongalema Tree. What topic would you choose to make a story … Continue reading

Writing sentences….

Today we have been using our adjectives to write super sentences about different fruits from the Awomgalema Tree. These fruits included pineapples, watermelons and coconuts. What sentence would write about these fruits?

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Learning New Signs Which Help To Keep Us Safe And Happy.

As we settled into school today, we looked and talked about signs which are around our learning area. They help to keep us safe and happy. What signs have you seen in school this, week.

Reading Favourite Stories.

Today, we shared a story one of our friends brought from home. It was about Winnie The Pooh on a windy day. We really enjoyed this story.

Which Winnie The Pooh books have you read?

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Holi Biscuits…

As part of our learning about Holi we baked Holi cookies. They were bright and colourful as Holi is the festival of colours and celebrating the triumph of good over evil. What colour biscuits would you bake for a Holi … Continue reading

Reading Our Favourite Books…

All of us enjoy bringing in our favourite story books to read at story time. We enjoy listening to stories and joining in with them, learning new words and talking about stories. Today, we really enjoyed a Christmas story!!!! We didn’t mind that it is not the festive season because the story was so good, especially the rhyming words. Which is your favourite story book?

Adding

This week we are learning about addition. Our learning has not only focused upon adding but also using addition words. We played a game outdoors to help us with our addition. What is the sign we can use to show we are adding?

Dogger…

This week we are learning about the story of ‘Dogger’ by Shirley Hughes. We have read the story and are now learning to retell the story using time connectives.

How many time connectives can you list?

As part of our farming award we explored the differences between farm animals. We talked how they are the same as well as different. How is a hen different to a cow?