Welcome to Owls Class!
On this page you will find links and photos of things we have done recently and what we will be looking forward to in the future.
We will be regularly updating the photos of the learning activities we have got up to, so please come back again soon.
If you would like any further information about the learning we have covered, or the forth-coming learning topics, please don’t hesitate to come and see us. We will also post topic overviews for the term and homework tasks on the classroom noticeboards.
This term we have been focusing on different Rhymes and Riddles. We planted flowers in Mary Mary’s garden, marched and learnt about rhythm for the Grand Old Duke of York’s band, we made moving puppets to send the cow over the moon, and we learnt about the number 8 with Incy Wincy. The finally to our topic was a dess up day where we dressed as our favourite nursery rhyme.
To end the term we celebrated our own harvest by learning about the story of the Little Red Hen and baking our own bread rolls.
This term we have been busy down in the woods. We have used bears to learn about size, make patterns, and used our observational skills to paint our bears. We used all of our senses to go on a bear hunt and found a bear!
This term we have been focusing on the books “Supertato”, “Super Daisy” and “Super Worm”. We have used different media to create super hero’s, used our super hero skills to move around lazers to save the carrot, we wrote about our super hero’s, saved the vegetables from Evil Pea’s freeze gun and even got to dress up as a super hero!
This term we have been learning about Everyday Superheroes and all the people who help us. We have had some fantastic visitors who talked to us about their jobs. We got to see inside a police car and an ambulance. We have helped the police write questions to help find Mr Oakes missing cup cakes and wrote to the doctors to tell them what had happened to Mrs Stammers when she cut her leg!
To begin our topic in “Grow Me A Story” we have been learning the stories of The Elves and the Shoemaker, Handa’s Surprise and The Three Little Pigs. We have practised drawing story maps, we’ve sewed shoes like the elves, used our number skills to help Handa count her fruit and to share the fruit with Akeyo, and wrote speech bubbles for the wolf and three little pigs.