Religious Education Overview The nursery is open on a full time basis, from 8. Places are available to children from the term after their third birthday. All children are entitiled to 15 hours free childcare which can be used to cover either full day or half day sessions. Any additional time will be charged at a minimal cost.
Welcome to Badgers Class Page! The Badgers have been having fun in their reading den. Our topic this term is Toys. We will be looking at toys from the past and creating our own toys. We will think about how they work and what they are made from. This will include creating our own toy museum and taking part in a history workshop.
Swimming will commence after half-term on Tuesday afternoons. Our Literacy and Numeracy will be linked to our topic.
Please ask your class teacher if you have any specific questions about these areas. On our Wow day we had fun making up new games to play outside.
We had to explain our rules to other people so that they could play too. We used all different sorts of equipment. We also made our own board games and had to use our number skills to label the squares correctly. We then played our games with our friends.
We do a deep bow. We were church detectives and had to find lots of different things, such as the font, a lectern, the organ and the altar.
We used our senses to explore the church and then had some reflection time to think about what makes a church a special place for Christians. Here are some pages from the fabulous church books we wrote after our visit.
We made Buzz Lightyear and Woody split pin and lollipop stick puppets. We then acted our stories in front of the back drop that we had painted. They were great stories! Look at our fabulous new outside area! As you can see, the children love it!Use this lovely Last Supper-themed Word Search to familiarise children with the key vocabulary for writing or learning about the Last Supper.
Great for consolidating tricky spellings, you can use this word search as an opening to other independent writing activities, to amuse early finishers at the end of an RE lesson, or just for fun!
These creative writing prompts are a fun Easter activity. I like to introduce them on April 10th which is "National Encourage a Young Writer Day" and usually falls sometime near Easter each year.
Each worksheet provides a different inspiration to help spark a child's creative writing. EYFS Nursery. Summer 2 - We have lots of fun activities planned for the children for the final term of this year.
Alternatively you could upload them onto Tapestry. We’ll be thinking about transition, as many children will be transferring into our reception classes. An EYFS RE unit will be followed which will focus on understanding about Easter, which will include making pancakes, creating an Easter tree and Easter symbols.
This medium term plan is an outline of adult led activities linked to the themes for the half term. Find this Pin and more on Teaching - EASTER by Shelley Taft. This activity can be done at s first grade math station. The goal of the activity is to find the missing addends, and to complete the problem.
Free Easter writing/reading activity for Kindergarten. Students practice the word "do". See more. The two year progress check has come into effect, with the new EYFS changes made from September This template can help with the two year check.