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19 April 

 Welcome back everyone we hope you all had a fantastic Spring break. This week we are celebrating St Georges day and exploring everything to do with kings, queens and castles.

Book of the week: Prince George Goes to School.

Rhyme: Sing a song of Sixpence.  

Craft: Making flags. 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Try making a crown at home.  

HOPPY EASTER EVERYONE!

We are delighted to say that the  Easter Bunny arrived in style to Little Hedghogs this week  (thank you PTFA) the children have had a wonderful time finding real eggs in the garden. They expressed their creativity and developed their fine motor skills as they decorated  them and made pretty  Easter baskets to carry them home in. Please forgive us but the the Easter bonnets were all so amazing that we could not pick an overall winner so each child received a signed copy of  ‘The First Easter Egg Hunt’ by Adam and Charlotte Guillain, it’s a wonderful page turner of a books with lots of rhyming and alliteration, we hope you enjoy sharing it together.  Have a fantastic Easter break, we will be returning  on the 19 April and start the term  by celebrating  St Georges Days. 

Hedgehugs to all  see you soon Mrs Ashmore, Miss Clark, Miss Hills, Mrs Scott and Mrs Palmer and Mrs Kentch

Easter Songs

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Easter Songs

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Hop Little Hedgehogs

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Easter Songs

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Easter Songs

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Easter Garden

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29 March 

 Spring has arrived we have been enjoying the warm weather going on an signs of Spring walk and doing some careful observational painting of daffodils. This week we are very excited as the Easter Bunny is visiting us, we will be going on an 'real' egg hunt and then decorating them.  We plan to get very sticky as we make yummy chocolate nests. We are looking forward to seeing all of the children's Easter hats, please remember that your child can wear them on the day that they are in, so that everyone can enjoy the fun. 

Book of the week: The First Easter Egg Hunt.

Rhyme: Easter Garden Song, Chick Chick Chick Chick Chicken 

Craft: Decorated boiled eggs and Easter Baskets. 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Try some observational painting at home. 

22 March 21

 

What fun we had last week we all  thought the jokes were hilarious ha ha.  This week we are in full on signs of Spring mode. We will be going on a Spring walks around the school, icing Spring biscuits and doing some observational painting and drawing. 

Book of the week: Spots Egg Hunt. 

Rhyme: Easter Garden Song and Chick Chick Chick Chick Chicken. 

Craft: Easter Cards 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Make an  I Spy Spring Book.  

15 March 21

 

What a wonderful first week back we have had, it has been great to see everyone returning taller and hairier ha ha ha  and we are delighted to meet a few new friends. We hope that you all enjoyed an amazing Mother's Day with lots of spoiling. This week we are carrying on with our space and science investigations and having a nod to Red Nose Day by playing Pie Face on Friday and learning a few new silly jokes. 

Book of the week: Aliens Love Underpants.

Rhyme: Zoom Zoom Zoom.

Craft: Collage Rockets

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Learn a new joke. 

8 March 21

 

Welcome back Little Hedgehogs this week we have lots of exciting activities planned for our return. We are celebrating Mothers Day making beautiful cards and collages to let out lovely Mummy's know how much we love and appreciate them. As part of British Science week we are joining lots of Children across Kent for a zoom assembly lead by the scientist Dr Jo Fox on Robots, we are creating wavy wax shape pictures and flitter jars as we investigate the properties of light and water. 

Book of the week: The Smeds and the Smoos.

Rhyme: 5 Little People in a Flying Saucer.

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Look out of the window and discuss the moon and stars at night. 

Investigate changing states:  by creating a biscuit structure with melted  chocolate, delicious. 

1st March  2021

This week we are learning all about the three little pigs cousin Olivia and her adventure at the circus.

THIS WEEKS ON-LINE HOME LEARNING

Daily Prime Rhyme Time, 3 Little Pig Rap and Olivia Saves the Circus Story.

Magic  Monday

 Learn to juggle

Terrific Tuesday 

Tight rope walking

Wonderful Wednesday

Olivias Forward Sausage 

Thirsty Thursday

Disco Dough: 1 Direction Olivia

Fizzy Friday

Write Dance: 1 Direction Olivia 

Have a look at the gallery to see the amazing work that it being completed at home and wave to your friends. 

 

Good rhymers make great readers, please try to learn the rhymes of the week.

Three Little Pig Rap . 


 

Olivia Prime Rhyme Time

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Final Countdown Fizzy Friday

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Olivia Write Dance

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Olivia's Thumbs Up Thursday

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Olivia's Disco Dough

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Olivia's Wonderful Wednesday

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Olivia's 'Forward' Sausage Rolls

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Tight-Rope Tuesday Olivia

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Magic Monday - Olivia

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Welcome to a 'Fizzy Friday' enjoy a story, song, shape spotting and counting.

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Big Bad Wolf Write Dance

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Welcome to a 'Thirsty Thursday' enjoy a story, song, shape spotting and counting.

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Big Bad Wolf Disco Dough

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Welcome to a 'Wonderful Wednesday' enjoy a story, song, shape spotting and counting.

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Welcome to a 'Tasty Tuesday' enjoy a story, song, shape spotting and counting.

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Perfect Pancakes

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Welcome to Magic Monday enjoy a story, song, shape spotting and counting.

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Watch and join in on a daily basis - Chinese New Year Prime Rhyme Time

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12/02/21 Fizzy Friday- Welcome- Mathematics and Phonics Activity Letters and Sounds Phase 1: Body Percussion

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Write Dance : Pencil Full of Lead

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11/02/21 Welcome to a Thirsty Thursday - Mathematical & Letters and Sounds Phase 1 Phonics : Environmental Sounds

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The Magic Paint Brush - Disco Dough Pencil Full of Lead

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10/2/21 Wonderful Wednesday : Welcome - Mathematics Letters and Sounds Phase 1 Phonics : Musical Sounds

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Wednesday Lucky Jam Tarts

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9/2/21 Today is a Terrific Tuesday: Welcome - Mathematical & Letters and Sounds Phase 1 Phonics : Alliteration Silly Soup Activity

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8/2/21 Welcome to a Magic Monday ; Mathematics and Letters & Sounds Phase 1 Phonics : Rhyming Hat

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1/2/21 : This week Terrific 'T' and Giraffe Pictures

Prime Rhyme Story Time

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5/2/21 Fizzy Friday- Welcome- Mathematics and Phonics Activity Letters and Sounds Phase 1: Body Percussion

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Kitchen Disco - Write Dance

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Brilliant Banana Bread

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Giraffes Can't Dance Disco Dough : High School Musical 2 song 'I Can't Dance'

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25/1/21 Home school heroes

Star Man - Write Dance

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Star Hands Disco Dough

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My Pet Star Biscuits

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22/01/21 Penguin Write Dance

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21/01/21 Ben's Disco Dough

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20/01/21 Cooking Activity - Ben's Birthday cake

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Betty and 'Friends' Write Dance

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Betty's Disco Dough

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Yeti Rock Cakes

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Snow Selection Box

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A special bedtime story for the Little Hedgehogs

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Look at our beautiful Epiphany Crowns

4  January 2021.

Welcome back we hope you all had a safe and happy Christmas, once again thank you for all of our lovely cards and presents we are very  grateful and lucky. We have some fantastic news we  are delighted to announce the arrival of Mrs Palmar who is joining the team to cover for maternity leave, we hope you will be very happy. Congratulations to Miss Burgess and her partner they had a new beautiful baby girl called Ava in December, well done we know that Elsie will be a fantastic big sister and we are all looking forward to a cuddle in the future. 

This week: We will be learning all about the Christian festival of Epiphany,  Winter and snowmen.  We plan to be very busy as we will be: sorting Christmas cards, making beautiful crowns, modelling  foam hanging  stars for a class mobile and discovering what we got for Christmas for a class display. 

Write Dance / Disco Dough: Snowman. 

Book of the week: Snowman 

Cooking: Ice Snowmen biscuits.

Rhyme:

A Chubby Little Snowman had a carrot for his nose,

Along came a rabbit and what do you suppose?

That hungry little bunny looking for his lunch.

Ate the snowmans carrot nose,

Nibble Nibble crunch.

 

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week.

2) Make a crown.

3) Ice a biscuit.

Christmas Prime Rhyme Time

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Christmas Pudding

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A Christmas Hello to You!

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Christmas Angels

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Christmas Spider

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Jingle Bells

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5 Sparkly Angels

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Christmas Present

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Little Hedgehogs Virtual Christmas Tree Festival :

Twinkle Twinkle Christmas Star

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We wish you a Merry Christmas

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Happy Birthday Baby Jesus

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14 December 20

  

Last week: We wrote letters to Father Christmas and posted them in our amazing  prize-winning Hedgehog postbox. We created  wonderful Rudolf pictures with Miss Clark using a wellington boot as a template. . We have been very busy and  enjoyed learning new Christmas songs and we are getting very  excited for the big day.   Following on from her success with the Gruffalo Crumble the children made mince pies throughout the week with Miss Hills.

This week: we are continuing with our Christmas activities. We will be  sharing the Stickman story making stickmen.

Write Dance / Disco Dough: 'I wish it could be Christmas everyday'. 

Book of the week: Stickman

Cooking: Christmas Cookies 

Rhyme: Christmas Selection Box 

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week see below

2)  Make a paper chain.

3) Complete the find that star, Faversham treasure hunt as a family. 

7 December 20

  

Last week: Inspired by Reubens interest and his  jumper, the children really enjoyed reading the Gruffalo story and engaging in daily zoom Prime Rhyme Times. They had an amazing time with Miss Hills making  delicious Gruffalo Crumble, the children worked really hard at using their gentle fingers to create a bread crumb mix. It was such a hit that Grace made some for her brothers, clever girl. They  created some amazing craft mice to use as they learnt the 3 Blind Mice Nursery Rhyme. On Thursday we  linked  in with the main school's Religious Education Day on symbols and made stars thank you Grace and the Keys family for the dough and angels.  

This week: until the end of term  we are planning lots of activities around  Christmas. We are thinking about what job father Christmas could have if he wasn't father Christmas,  we're writing to Father Christmas and posting letters in our special Hedgehog box, don't forget you can send in cards to some to your friends if you fancy it, or make a class card, for the good news board.  

Write Dance / Disco Dough: 'I wish it could be Christmas everyday'. 

Book of the week: Just the Job for Santa.

Cooking: Mince Pies 

Rhyme: Christmas Selection Box 

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week see below

2)  Make a class card.  

3) If your allowed to got for a walk to see the Christmas lights. 

30 November

  

Last week: The children really enjoyed reading Owl Babies , WOW said the Owl and sharing other Owl themed stories.   We had an amazing time making  delicious shortbread Dolly-Roses Mum said it was her favourite biscuit and all agreed they tasted delicious. The children worked really hard at mixing  the cookie dough and cutting the shapes. They created some amazing collage Owls and learnt the new rhyme and lots of different facts about them. 

This week: We are planning lots of activities around St Andrew Day as Agnes and Isla Mummy is from Scotland. We will be sharing the Scottish version of the Gruffalo. On Thursday we are linking in with the main school's Religious Education Day on symbols and be making stars and angels.  

Write Dance / Disco Dough: 'There Must be an Angel playing in my heart. 

Book of the week: Gruffalo 

Cooking: Gruffalo Crumble. 

Rhyme: 3 Blind Mice

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week see below

2)  Make a jesse tree- twig in a pot with pictures on it to tell a story.  

3) Make your own favourite crumble at home. 

 

23 November

  

Last week: The children really enjoyed reading the 'Hedgehog's Balloon' and sharing other Hedgehog themed stories.   We had an amazing time making Hedgehog bread, which we all agreed was delicious, the children worked really hard at kneading the dough and cutting the spines. They created some amazing collage Hedgehogs  with Miss Clark and learnt lots of different facts about them. 

This week: We are planning lots of activities and learning all about Owls  and their habitats 

Write Dance / Disco Dough: Starry Night 

Book of the week: Owl Babies , WOW said the Owl. 

Cooking: Shortbread

Rhyme: 5 Little Owls

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week see below

2)  Why not get out the Christmas decorations and start early this year.  

3) Make a leaf owl. 

 

Five little owls

Five little owls,
On a branch by the shore,
A squirrel scampered by,
And then there were four.

Four little owls,
Perched high up in a tree,
The wind shook one off,
And then there were three.

Three little owls,
With nothing fun to do,
One got very bored,
And then there were two.

Two little owls,
Just having some fun,
A bear came along,
And then there was one.

One little owl,
Winked at the setting sun,
Flew into the forest,
And then there were none.

 

 

16 November

  

Last week: We had a fantastic time raising money for Children in Need, we painted pictures, iced biscuits and watched a fun duck race, our duck didn't win but it was very exciting to take part. On Wednesday we celebrated past and present heroes, we decorated poppies and took part in the remembrance day 2 minute silence. 

This week: We are planning lots of activities and learning all about hedgehogs and their habitats 

Write Dance / Disco Dough: Black Eyed Peas 'I've Got a Feeling'.  

Book of the week: The Hedgehogs Balloon 

Cooking: Hedgehog Bread 

Rhyme: A Hedgehog is very prickly 

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week.

2) Go for a walk to see any signs of Hedgehogs. 

3) Make some salt dough and make a model of a hedgehog. 

9 November

Everyday this week don’t forget to wear spots to raise lots for Children in Need  

Last week: We learnt all about Guido Fawkes plot to blow up the houses of Parliament as we celebrated Bonfire night. We loved counting down from 10 to BLAST OFF! as we sang 5 Little Fireworks standing in a row. We danced with enthusiasm  to Katy Perry’s Firework.  Our model fireworks were most impressive.

This week: we are planning lots of spotastic activities as we think about Children in Need and Pudsey Bear,  On Wednesday we will be thinking about Remembrance day.

Write Dance / Disco Dough: Elvis- ‘Teddy Bear’ song.

Book of the week: Peace at Last

Cooking: Spotty Biscuits.

Rhyme: Pudsey Bear  Selection Box

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home: 

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week.

2) Go for a walk to see a War Memorial.

3) Have a teddy bears picnic at home.

3 November

Welcome back Little hedgehogs we hope that you all had an exciting and safe half term.

This week: We will be finding out about the plot to blow up the houses of Parliament as we celebrate Bonfire night. We will be learning firework songs, dancing like fireworks and making our own firework models.  

Write Dance / Disco Dough: Katy Perry’s Firework.

Book of the week: Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly.

Cooking: Edible Sparklers.

Rhyme: Bonfire Night Selection Box.

Craft: Junk modelling rockets.

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home

1) Learn the words the rhyme of the week.

2) Look out of the window to see if you can spot any fireworks.  

3) Make a firework mobile to hang in your window.

         Everyday next week don’t forget to wear spots to raise lots for Children in Need  

 

 

Little Hedgehogs Happy Harvest

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19 October 


Last week: .  We carried on  learning the Harvest song, ready for the zoom assembly on the Monday the 19 October.  Following Mrs Garrett assembly about kindness we made bees to remind ourselves to 'Bee Kind'. We were very crafty and made  wands, pumpkins and ghosts. 

 This week: We are all looking forward to the the zoom Harvest assembly. We are going to have a look at the big pumpkin and tap golf tees into a pumpkins in Pre-School.  We will be going on an Autumn walk and making a collage and icing orange biscuits. YUM!

Story:  The Scarecrows Wedding  

Rhyme:  'Ooh said the Owl'

Dates for your diary:

Harvest: Monday 19th October. Theme Scarecrows.

Parents Evening appointments 

Appointments will be made during the day on  Thursday 22 October 

 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week,  thinking  about the rhyming words. 

Have a go at the PTFA Pumpkin competition, try guessing the weight.  

If your child is starting school in September next year please work on any of the 'Are You Ready' areas listed below. 

12 October 


Last week: We all had an amazing time dressing up a witches, wizards and dragons as part of book week. We loved hearing the different songs and enjoyed singing the funny bones song with Mrs Morrison. via zoom.  We carried on practicing the Harvest song, ready for the zoom assembly on the Monday the 19 October. 

 This week: We are thinking about kindness and making bees to remind ourselves to 'Bee Kind'. We are going to be very crafty as we will be making, wands, pumpkins and ghosts. 

This week: Winnie the Witches Wand. 

Rhyme: 'Dingle Dangle Scarecrow': Ready for Harvest next week, and 'Said the Owl'

Dates for your diary:

Harvest: Monday 19th October. Theme Scarecrows.

Parents Evening appointments 

Appointments will be made during the day on

Friday 16 and Thursday 22 October 

 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week,  thinking  about the rhyming words. 

Go on a walk  to the woods and make an Autumn collage.  

If your child is starting school in September next year please work on any of the 'Are You Ready' areas listed below. 

5 October 

 

Last week:  We  were very busy learning the rhyme of the week ready for our Harvest performance.

Remembering our good rhyming and that 'Wednesday is our friends-day' we made fabulous  collage 'craft friends' and created  an amazing display in the rainbow room. We continued our jungle adventures sharing the story of Animal Boogie and had lots of fun dancing.

This week : We are dressing up a witches and wizards as part of book week. We are listening to the teachers telling stories via ZOOM every  and making puppets and props and wands to support our story telling. We are still working on the Harvest song and the assembly will now be on Monday the 19 October. 

Book of the week: Winnie the Witch.

Rhyme: 'Dingle Dangle Scarecrow': Ready for Harvest next week, and 'Said the Owl'

Dates for your diary:

Harvest: Monday 19th October. Theme Scarecrows.

Parents Evening appointments 

Appointments will be made during the day on

Friday 16 and Thursday 22 October 

 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week,  thinking  about the rhyming words. 

Make a  magical 'potion' at home. 

Decorate a pumpkin. 

Go on a walk  to the woods, find a stick and turn it into a wand. 

If your child is starting school in September next year please work on any of the 'Are You Ready' areas listed below. 

Write Dance

28 September 20

 

Last week  we continued our jungle adventures sharing the story of Gerald the Giraffe who Cannot Dance until he finds the right music, we linked this in with the children creating 'Coping Wheels' with a bit of help from Mrs Scott . We use the  large coping wheel displayed in Pre-School, with the children to help them develop 'coping strategies and build up resilience.  Your child will be bringing their own wheel home with them shortly so that you can use the ideas at home. 

This week we are learning the rhyme of the week ready for a Harvest performance, we are thinking about who Gerald's friend was in the story and making craft friends, this also links into are daily rhyming letter and sounds phonological awareness as we rhyme  'Wednesday is our friends-day'.  

Book of the week: Giraffes Cannot Dance.

Rhyme: Dingle Dangle Scarecrow: Ready for Harvest next week.

Dates for your diary:

BOOK WEEK: Monday 5th October. 

Theme "The Sheldwich School of Witchcraft, Wizards and Magic!"

Your child is welcome to dress up everyday. 

Parents Evening appointments 

Appointments will be made during the day on

Friday 16 and Thursday 22 October 

 

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week,  thinking  about the rhyming words. 

Draw a picture of the Dingle Dangle Scarecrow. 

Talk to your child about how to make bread. 

Go on an I spy number walk. 

If your child is starting school in September next year please work on any of the 'Are You Ready' areas listed below. 

21 September 20

 

Last week got to know all of our new friends  and had a BIG delivery we enjoyed stacking and hiding in the boxes. We  learnt how to mix different colours and discovered  the most popular one appears to be  'Pre-School brown' ha ha.  We have painted wonderful  pictures of Elmer using our new skills, they look amazing have you spotted yours one in the Elmer Art gallery?. 

This week we are carrying on with our jungle adventures sharing the story of Gerald the Giraffe who Cannot Dance until he finds the right music. Link to this all of the children are creating 'Coping Wheels' with a bit of help from Mrs Scott . We have a large coping wheel displayed in Pre-School, and we use this to help the children  identify with how Gerald the Giraffe in the story is feeling and what he does to cheer himself up - dances. Then we encourage the children to develop their own coping strategies and resilience what could they do? 

On the Little Hedgehogs wheel there are four sections and the children build up resilience by referring to it if they feel sad. They may take exercise, have a little drink, share a story or have a hug. Your child will be bringing their own wheel home with them shortly so that you can use the ideas at home. 

Book of the week: Giraffes Cannot Dance .

Rhyme: My dog went up on a rocket.

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Draw a picture of your family.  

Talk to your child about the coping wheel.

Find a piece of music about dance and dance to it. Good luck and have fun. 

14 September 20

 

What an exciting start we have had to the new term with so many Happy Birthdays.

Last week we started to get to know all of our new friends at Pre-School and learnt how to mix colours as we started painting pictures of Elmer and talk about our favourite colours. 

This week we are carrying on with our jungle adventure with Elmer and learning all about  spiders in the garden jungle as we have discovered lots in the trike shed. 

Book of the week: Elmer and the Stranger.

Rhyme: Elmer counting song.

Ways to support your child's learning at home:

Share a story together each night.

Learn the rhyme of the week.

Go on a listening walk. 

Make a junk model elephant out of a milk carton. 

 

 

 

Welcome Home

 We have missed you all and hope that you all stayed safe and feel ready for the Autumn Term.

 A BIG thank you to everyone who gave us cards and gifts at the end of last term, it was very kind (you shouldn't  have but we are glad you did). We felt quite overwhelmed we are simply doing our job and it is a joy and privilege to work with your children. For the next few weeks we will be focusing on settling the children and establishing  routines. We will be making new friends playing lots of turn taking games and sharing the story of Elmer. 

 

Rhyme: An Elephant goes like this like that.

Ideas to support your child’s learning at home

1) Learn the words to the rhyme of the week.

2) Have a go at making your own picture of Elmer at home. 

 

Please feel free to take a book from the ‘Little Library’ at the Pre-School door, borrow a story sack or take

Shiny Bear on an adventure with you

R U Ready?  

A few families have been asking us what can they do at home to support their child’s transition to school so as an Early Years team we developed a list of activities to be working towards to enable your child to be more independent when they arrive in the reception class in September 21

Top Tips to Support your child’s transition into their reception class.

  1. Use a toilet.
  2. Put their coat on, do zip / buttons.
  3. Put wellington boots on.
  4. Change for PE : put their clothes on, take their clothes off.
  5. Sit and listen to a story for 10 minutes each night.
  6. Recognise name.
  7. Write name:  capital first letter then lower case, see over page.
  8. Count to 10 out of order.
  9. Write numbers 1-5.
  10. Use scissors.
  11. Thread beads / pasta onto a pipe cleaner.
  12. Know some traditional tale stories: EG: 3 Little Pigs, Goldilocks.
  13. Able to play a simple turn taking game. snap, pairs, snakes and ladders.
  14. Throw / catch / kick a ball.
  15. Pedal bike /trike.
  16. Good rhymers make great readers try yo learn  8 rhymes one a month between now and September. 

Humpty Dumpty,

Incey Wincey,

Baa Baa Black Sheep,

Twinkle Twinkle,

1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a

Hickory Dickory Dock

Jack and Jill

Hey Diddle Diddle.

  1. Wash and dry hands properly.
  2. Open packets/ lids off yogurt if they a packed lunch.
  3. Hold knife, fork and spoon for school dinner.
  4. Use a jug to pour out a drink for themselves.

 

 

Remember you are your child’s first and most important teacher and every child develops at their own rate please don’t worry if your  child cannot do everything or anything on this list.  It is not that your child cannot do it, its just they cannot do it yet September is a year away .  Good luck and  have fun these are the wonder years.

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