Can you work out what the theme of the week is? It is the lovely subject of weddings as a part of our Let's Celebrate topic. We have watched a wedding video, made up a poem, decorated our very own wedding favour biscuit and watched two of our own friends pretend to get married and had a wedding reception after. It was so exciting. Have a look at the video below. There are lots of things to talk about with the children at home:
Do you remember going to a wedding?
What kinds of things happen at a wedding?
Who are the special people at a wedding?
Where do weddings take place?
Why do people get married?
How do people get married around the world
In other areas of learning we have been learning the sounds 'g' 'o' 'c' 'k' in phonics, 2D shapes recognition and talking about the number of sides and corners in maths as well as the months of the year and the seasons.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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