On Thursday and Friday this week, we have been learning all about the Queen's Jubilee. The 'Little People, Big Dreams - Queen Elizabeth' book has been at the centre of our learning, with lots of activities both adult and child-led stemming from this. We have explored coloured sensory trays with red, white and blue spaghetti, decorated crowns with jewels using tweezers to develop our fine motor skills, read simple sentences to make different shapes with floam, manipulated pipe cleaners to make our own crowns and used a castle within our small world area to represent Buckingham palace.
In Maths, we have continued to explore 3D shapes enjoying a very catchy song to help us remember the shape names... I am sure your child will be able to give you a fabulous rendition of "the 3D shapes I know"!
During our PE, we have continued to develop our skills for cricket and developed our dynamic movements too, making cat like moves and stretches and navigating obstacles.
I am looking forward to learning more about the platinum jubilee next week. Collaboratively, we have written a list of exciting ways we can celebrate together as a class on Friday too!
Have a lovely weekend,
Mrs Nuthall :)
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