We are getting through our Bears topic and this week we are reading the marvellous book ' Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?' by Bill Martin Jnr and illustrated by the fabulous Eric Carle.
This book is full of repetitive phrases that the children can join in with. They learn the colours and you can talk about other colours that can't be found in the book. A great book for sequencing the animals and chatting about animals.
There are various activities going on this week and its a great opportunity to learn about colour mixing. Which colours make new ones.
Our maths sessions are all about counting to 10 and recognising the digits to 10. we are also practising counting up to 10 objects by moving them so we know we have counted them accurately. Sometimes we overcount or undercount but mistakes are good and we can learn from them.
We are having a special Eco Warrior day too, our mission is to get the Reception area looking spit spot so we are clearing all the leaves today and planting some bulbs.
Take a look at all the things we have been doing this week!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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