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Rocket Class Weekly News 1st October

Mrs Clegg - 30 Sep 2021

Boxes!
 
There was great excitement this week when two huge cardboard boxes arrived in Rocket Class...the fact that they were completely empty made it even more exciting!
 
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These boxes became aeroplanes, trains, lorries- even presents from Santa's workshop!  It was amazing listening to the children chattering excitedly and using their imaginations to play creatively.  The boxes were so well-loved that they didn't survive more than a day, much to the children's disappointment.  So if anybody has any large boxes please send them our way!

What a busy week we have had in Rocket Class!  We finally finished the story of 'The Everywhere Bear'- and we were so relieved that it had a happy ending.  The Year One children drew story maps to re-tell the story whilst the Reception children thought about different adventures that the Everywhere Bear could go on.  Hattie thought he might go in a fire engine, Leyna thought he might play up in the clouds, Emily thought he might go up on the roof and James throught he might go swimming!  Wonderfully creative ideas!

In Maths, the Reception children have been looking at five frames and recognising representations of a number.  This is a really important early Maths concept to grasp and you can support at home by playing games with a dice or dominoes.  Can your child recognise the number represented without counting the spots?
The Year One children have been finding 'one more' than a given number and I have been really impressed with their grown up attittude towards completing their tasks.  Well done to those children that have completed their MyMaths homework too; I will be setting another task today.

In Science we have been classifying animals into five groups: mammals, amphibians, birds, fish and reptiles.  I wonder if your child can tell you anything about the features of animals in these groups?  Which group do we belong in?  What about our pets?  This is quite a tricky concept and one that we will keep revisiting until we can confidently classify animals.

We have loved exploring vegetables this week:
 
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We have even found time to squeeze in rehearsals for our Harvest performance next week! We are looking forward to seeing you all in Church for Harvest next Thursday at 9.15.

Have a lovely weekend everyone and thank you so much for your donations of wet wipes.  It is much appreciated!
Mrs Clegg
 
 
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