Today we made breadsticks – inspired by the story of ‘The Little Red Hen‘
Yesterday we tried different types of bread; pitta bread, a wrap, a bagel and brioche bread. We voted on our favourite type of bread.
Today we followed a simple recipe and had lots of fun kneading the dough and then rolling out our breadsticks. We REALLY enjoyed eating them this afternoon – so much so that we forgot to take any photos of our finished breadsticks!! (I hope 1L have a photo we can borrow 🙂 )
Remember to read your reading book to an adult for 10 minutes every day.
We have challenged the children to send in a photo of them enjoying a book somewhere unique or a place they love to read! If your child would like to take part please email their reading photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
The children brought home a £1 book token last Friday. Please check the World Book Day website to see which shops accept the voucher. The website also has lovely stories you can listen to with your child .. and much more! https://www.worldbookday.com/
This week we would like you to practise these common exception words. Read them, say them out loud and write each word three times.
After practising the words, ask an adult to test you to see if you can remember how to spell them.
Then think of a sentence for each word. For example: The big frog has green spots.
Today was World Book Day at Holbeach! The whole day was dedicated to celebrating the joy of reading and enjoying books.
We had a special assembly where we marveled at amazing photos of the teachers reading with their pets, in the garden, in the bath or in the gym! We have challenged the children to send in a photo of them enjoying a book somewhere unique or a place they love to read! If your child would like to take part please email their reading photo to email@example.com
We had fun with some D.E.A.R time – Drop Everything And Read !!! The children loved having to stop immediately grab a book and sit down to read it 🙂
Today we enjoyed buddy reading with children from the Nursery and Purple Class. It was great for 1G to be leaders and share books with children younger than themselves.
The children brought home a £1 book token today, please check the World Book Day website to see which shops you can use the voucher in. The website also has lovely stories you can listen to with your child .. and much more! https://www.worldbookday.com/
Happy World Book Day! Check out our amazing book character costumes!
1G have LOVED every minute of having the ducklings here with us in the classroom.
It has been a fantastic experience for the children over the last two weeks.
They have patiently waited and then watched these ducklings hatch from their eggs! They have learned how they should be looked after and what they need. They have been brave holding them and stroking them, at all times showing how gentle and caring they are. They have watched them grow, change, become noisier and get even fluffier! They have had great laughs watching them swim, dive and they have even been splashed!
Well done 1G, you have done a great job looking after the ducklings! We will all miss the ducklings and hope they have fun back at the farm 🙂
As part of our World Book Day celebrations, 4A and 6W buddied up to read together in the library. This was great opportunity to make new friends and read together! Thank you for having us join you, 6W!
This week we would like you to write a book review. You can choose the book that you chose a character from, for dressing up! For example if you dress up as Goldilocks then write a review of the book ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’!
This week in maths we have been focusing on triangles. We learnt that all triangles have straight lines. We talked about whether a Dorito was a triangle, we decided that it wasn’t because its sides aren’t all straight. We looked at triangles in art and architecture. We learnt that triangles have three angles. We used our hands to feel the definition of an angle and played with the idea of creating rotations.
We used concrete resources to play around with: length of lines and joining three lines together.
The ducklings have had a lovely weekend at Miss George’s house! They have had lots of naps under their heat pad. They have had many visitors some young and some old, some furry and some human! The ducklings even had a little splash around on Saturday night in a warm bath.
Fluffy Duffy, Biscuit, Cutie and Dinky are very excited to get back to school and see all the children in 1G tomorrow! 🙂