Happy Monday everyone- here is last week's belated blog!
We had an exciting week last week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with Miss Prince learning all about how plants grow and their lifecycles. We even started writing a journal to track the growth and life of the sunflowers we planted! In maths we were learning all about sharing in equal groups - the children had a lovely time sharing cubes and picnics for different creatures and always making it fair.
At Forest School we were learning about bugs and drawing them outside including writing some labels for them with our new outdoor writing kit.
Then on Thursday and Friday, the children looked at another bird life cycle with Mrs Nuthall.
On Thursday and Friday, our learning was inspired by the book Owl babies by Martin Waddell. We listened to the story and explored different activities within our continuous provision, such as role play, fork owl art, pencil control and opportunities for independent caption writing too,
During PE, we practised and developed our running skills and our very important listening skills too, waiting for instructions and following them carefully.
In Maths, we continued to learn about 2D shapes, making different pictures using them. We enjoyed a shape hunt too.
This week, we will be learning about why trees are important for the world and how planting them can help the planet in forest school. If anyone has a spade we can borrow on Wednesday, please let Miss Prince know on Dojo or in the morning.
Hope you all had a lovely weekend,
Miss Prince, Mrs Nuthall and the Oak Class Team.
Welcome to the blog for Oak Class at North Tawton Primary School