The run up to Christmas has been exciting, eventful and full of lovely learning!
The parents joined us for a learning hunt and made seasonal decorations.
We had more than one visit from Santa...and he brought us puzzles and colouring pens which we have already been enjoying.
We enjoyed a Christmas party with dancing and games.
The children made beautiful cards and calendars to give to their families.
We went to church to learn about the birth of the baby Jesus and sing songs which we had performed to our families in four nativity performances earlier in the week.
We had a musician from Hampshire Music Service that came to show us the woodwind family and explain how the instruments make different notes. We were able to identify the instruments and liked the alto saxophone best. We described the sounds as ‘sweet, smooth and jazzy’.
The Robins have been measuring with non standard units this week and had fun estimatimating and then trying to see how many Robins would measure the length of the hall.
Amazing job Robins at learning your number bonds....!
Robins that have achieved fluency this week with their number bonds to 5...
Saharthan Isabella Gracie Lenny
Oakley Tilly Sienna Angel
bonds to 7...
Rory Evie Dominik Archie
bonds to 8...
bonds to 9...
Our literacy focus is based on a book called The Queen's Hat and this week the children have been learning about capital letters for names (proper nouns) and our capital city. The children had a game to write London on a note and stick it on an outline of the UK . Well done Ellie who was closest! We hope all the Robins will know more about the geography of our country soon! This coming week we will be using prepositions in our writing and extending our sentences with the conjunction 'and'. Wonderful work Robins! Well done.
Two of the school's guinea pigs have come to stay in Robins until Easter. The children have been very excited to meet them and we have lots of learning with them planned for the next few weeks!
The children in Robins class have been working very hard at their mental maths fluency.
They having been learning number bonds within 10, counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, and knowing their doubles and halves of numbers to 20.
Here are some videos of the children demonstrating their knowledge.
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