Kindergarten week ending 14/12/18

It's been another busy week in kindergarten.

This week we continued with our letter b focus , following on from last weeks letter Bb recognition challenge , we started formation of this, the phonics rhyme is "down the laces to the heel and around the boot ". All children showed brilliant focus…

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kindergarten week ending 7/12/18

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Kindergarten. Monday morning we made a start of decoration the room it made the children very excited . We were also asked to decorate the school tree in the hall, it was very big and Hayley and Angela helped us to teacher the high branches . Angela…

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Kindergarten week ending 30/11/18

Another busy week in Kindergarten this week . 

We continued with our letter Aa recognition this week moving onto correct formations of this letter using the rhyme "around the apple and down the leaf" . During circle time we all had a turn of this on the white board with all other children…

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Kindergartern w/e/23rd November

In Kindergarten this week we have set the children a letter challenge. This week our focus is Aa. During circle time we spoke about the challenge of finding as many letter Aa in the environment as they could . To help the children to identify the letter Aa we wrote each child's name on the white…

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Kindergartens busy week 16/11/18

We have had a busy week this week in kindergarten. We started our new topic (snow and ice) . We made igloos with Hayley using cut outs of the 4 main shapes which has been our focus (square,rectangle,triangle and circle). we also watched a video on how to make igloos, it looked very cold. With…

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Kindergarten Poppies and shapes

This week we have learnt a new poem to help us to understand Remembrance day.

Here is the poem:

'I had a little poppy,

as red as it can be,

to show that i remember those who fought to set me free.'

We made poppy fields with the poem in the middle and to keep in with our shape theme…

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Kindergarten week ending 9th November

Kindergarten have had a very busy start to the term covering all things Autumn including Halloween and Bonfire night as well as going into woods to find items associated to Autumn such as trees without leaves, conkers, berries and yellow/brown leaves. 

For Halloween we made pumpkins with…

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Kindergarten end of term

We have had a brilliant first term at Kindergarten, making lots of friends, getting to know our teachers and learning in new and interesting ways.

 

This term some of the topics we have covered are:

Autumn

Yoga

Football:

Colours - red, blue, green, yellow, black,…

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Park View Trip Den Building

Kindergarten had great fun down at park view today. We learnt lots about animals and their habitats and even had a go at making our own houses and dens.

 

We enjoyed exploring Park View and searching for all the different animals using our listening ears and exploring…

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Natural portraits in the woods

This afternoon we have been in Squirrel wood to create portraits using natural resources such as leaves, feathers, sticks and twigs. Angela made us some play dough that is edible for birds so that the whole portrait can be recycled and used to feed the families of birds we have living in the…

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Autumn in Kindergarten

What a fabulous term we are having exploring Squirrel Wood, collecting conkers and having fun in our classroom doing science experiments to mix primary colours together to see what other colour we can make. 

We have rolled conkers in paint to create conker trails:

 

We have been using…

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Kindergarten's fabulous first week back!

Good morning and welcome to all of our new parents and children, as well as our existing families :)

We've had a fabulous first week back full of fun, laughter and lots of learning - what clever children you all have!

We have started our initial assessments in colour, shape and number…

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