Bug Club is a way for children to read books and complete activities which focus on spelling, grammar and phonics.
Children also get the opportunity to complete activities and play educational games as a reward for completing tasks set by their class teacher.
The video below explains how to use Bug Club.
This week 2RB presented their own film all about The Fire of London in 1666. Watch it by using the link here…
We didn’t either!
This week the children in Blue Class received a LARGE letter from a big friendly Giant.
The Giant had visited our classroom and left some magic beans for us to plant! This was all well and good except we couldn’t reach the magic beans! The Giant had stuck them to the ceiling where he could reach but we couldn’t!
The children had a good think and came up with different ideas of how we could get the beans down; some children said jumping, some said we should borrow a ladder, one idea was to find a pogo stick to help us!
We tried jumping and giving the magic beans a good whack…!
They still didn’t come down!
The children then set about planning and designing some machines to fly past the beans and pull them down…
[Leo and Amari show off their fantastic aeroplane model!]
Everyone was exhausted and went off to the dining hall for their lunch. After playtime, the children came in to the classroom and discovered the beans had fallen from the ceiling, they must have been too heavy!
The children got stuck in to planting the beans..
We are now waiting patiently for a beanstalk to grow..
we might have to find another way to visit the Giant!
We love writing stories! Lots of us seem to have the ‘story bug’
We have been busy in the making area after reading the story, ‘The Egg’.
On Tuesday, something appeared in our classroom…
What do you think is inside the egg?
This week in nursery, we have been amazing storytellers! We have really enjoyed learning the story of ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff.’ Can you retell the story to your families? Don’t forget to do the scary troll voice!
In maths, we have been doing lots of counting and learning what the numbers look like. See if you can find any numbers in your home.
Tell us all about them next week.
We used scissors to cut the goats some yummy grass.
We wrote numbers in the paint.
Isis wrote numbers to 10 on the whiteboard. Well done Isis!
Tianna knows that we put things in a line to count them.
We had a very exciting week with a visit from the Lewisham Fire Brigade. Tell your friends and family what you learnt.