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Summer 1

Week beginning May 23rd

 

This week we are completing our Are We There Yet? topic with On The Way Home by Jill Murphy.

 

 

In Maths we are doubling numbers 0-5 in fun ways.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vqp90ulJiIo Doggie Doubles song

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08q4jkq/numberblocks-series-2-double-trouble

 

Week beginning 16th May

 

This week we begin a new topic of Are We There Yet? which is all about journeys. We will begin with Mr Gumpy's Outing by John Burningham and will also read Mr Gumpy's Motor Car.

 

  

 

In Maths we will be investigating how shapes can be combined and separated to make new shapes.

 

 

 

Week beginning May 9th

 

This week we will continue our minibeast topic of Wriggle and Crawl.  We will be reading What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson and several other versions such as What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday and What the Ladybird Heard Next.

 

  

 

In Maths we will be understanding that the quantity of a group can be changed by taking items away and we will be re-counting all of the objects to see how many they have altogether.

Week beginning 3rd May

 

This week we will be reading The Crunching Munching Caterpillar by Sheridan Cain. 'The Crunching Munching Caterpillar' is a twist on an old story as Caterpillar longs to fly but can't as he doesn't have wings. When he meets a butterfly she smiles a secret smile, for she knows it won't be long before Caterpillar is able to fly away. 

 

 

In Maths we will be understanding that the quantity of a group can be changed by adding more and recounting all of the objects to see how many we have altogether.

Week beginning April 25th

 

This week we begin a 3 week minibeast topic called Wriggle and Crawl. We will be reading Mrs Honey's Hat by Pam Adams, Aaaarrgghh! Spider by Lydia Monks and The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle.

 

 

In Maths we will be rotating shapes to fill a given shape, matching arrangements of shapes and using positional language to describe where shapes are in relation to one another.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMKIBoDsWuc&t=34s Snail Trail (3.15 mins)

 

 

 

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