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September 2016

Week beginning 26th September

Wow! What a busy week we have had in Foundation. Mrs Tanner came in to see us. She read the book 'Peepo' and we learnt about life in the past. Then we all got to dress up as characters from the story and bath, dress and feed the baby. We were very good at joining in with the story at the end of the day. smiley

In Maths, we have been learning about 2D shapes. We went on a shape hunt around Foundation looking for squares, circles, triangles and rectangles.
The children have been doing amazingly well during Phonics learning their sounds. On Friday, we learnt 'd' and had a go at forming it carefully.
Each morning, we start our day with Finger Gym. These activities help our fingers get ready for writing. Here we are busy with our activities...
Here are some more photos of our learning from this week...
We hope you have a wonderful weekend! See you on Monday. frown

Week Beginning 12th September

What a wonderful  week it has been in Foundation.

The children have been busy learning the new routines.

Every morning they have done finger gym, getting their fingers ready for writing.

They have all collaged their name to go on the wall. They look fab!

All of the children have been amazing, making new friends and learning as they play.

We are so proud of you all what a super start to the year.

Here is a slide show of some of the activities.


Week Beginning 19th September

This week we welcomed Sunshine Bear and Rainbow bear to Foundation.

They were very excited to meet all of the children.

The children organised a little welcome party for them in the home corner.

Party hats were made for the celebration. They looked great!

The children wrapped up presents for the bears and made present labels.

They also made cards and the bears felt very spoilt.



We have been getting our fingers ready for writing with finger gym activities.

We threaded necklaces, made funky faces using different mediums, balanced marbles on golf tees, made shapes using elastic bands and counted pebbles into Numicon.

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