It has been another busy week in Seahorses. We have spent a lot of time thinking about numbers in year 1 and 2. We have looked at how we can partition them and that numbers 6-10 are five and so many more. We have moved on to looking at ten and how one ten is equal to ten ones. Meanwhile, Reception have been looking at patterns and have used everyday objects to make them. Some of our best patterns were with fruit and the sticks and leaves we found outside.
In English this week we have all been focusing on the Three Little Pigs. Reception and Year 1 have been helping the wolf disguise himself as a pig and writing descriptions of him and the brick house. Meanwhile Year 2 started sentences for the story ‘Pigs Might Fly’. They then wrote about what they thought would happen when the wolf jumped on the plane for their short independent write.
In PE we have carried on building and developing our multi-skills. We practised rolling, throwing and kicking balls this week. Then we worked in groups to make our own activity courses to practise these skills. Key Stage 1 have also been creating their own flying machines in the afternoon and evaluating how well they fly. There was some great collaboration and creativity going on.