WOW - What a busy week we have had! We started the week by finishing the plan for our alternative ending to Chicken Licken. We then wrote them into neat over 2 days. There were some very imaginative endings. Here are some highlights from a few of our stories...
Jude - The light fell on Foxy Loxy and it went CRASH BANG CRASH!
Emma - Foxy Loxy led the animals into the den and he ate all of the animals up.
Mary - Chicken Licken's friends were feeling suspicious of Chicken Licken but they put it away from their brains.
Elliott - Foxy Loxy was going to eat them. Then Chicken Licken and his friends put Foxy Loxy in the oven.
Our Harvest Celebration was wonderful! Thank you again to everyone who came to watch. We felt very proud of ourselves. We used big voices and were very brave for standing up and singing/speaking in front of so many people.
In PSHE over the last few weeks we have been discussing friendships and how to be a good friend. We have also been discussing how we can keep safe at playtimes and who we can talk to. Today we discussed places were we feel safe playing. We created the places we felt safest out of lego. There were some fantastic buildings that were created.
Reminder: Next week we only have 4 days as the Friday is a PD day before half term. Hasn't this half term gone quick?!
Thank you to everyone who came along to watch our Harvest Festival Celebration yesterday. We had lots of fun performing for you and hope you enjoyed watching us! Thank you for all the food donations for FIND food bank. We will be collecting right up until half term.
It's been another busy week in class 1B! We have been working hard on creating and rehearsing our Harvest Festival celebration both in class and in the hall. We will have one more rehearsal before the performance on Wednesday at 2:30pm. In English this week we have been reading and focusing our work around the story of Chicken Licken. We thought of some words which would sound like the sky was falling. BANG CRASH THUMP! We discovered that these kind of words are called onomatopoeia. In Maths we have become experts in using our greater than and less than symbols. The changes in the timetable started this week and worked well. Hopefully we won't need to change the timetable again!
Could the children who have a costume for the harvest festival performance on Wednesday please bring it in either Monday or Tuesday next week. Not everyone needs a costume, just the children who are playing characters in our story.
Apologies about library books. As the library is a rolling 2 week program the children will normally change their books every other week. This week our rehearsal for the harvest festival clashed with our library time so the children weren't able to change them. We did offer the chance for them to change their books today if they wanted to. Our performance next week also lands on our library slot so we will try and find another time when the children can go and change them.
We have had another successful week in 1B with lots exciting learning experiences. At the start of the week had a fun PE lesson with Mr Castell and a science lesson where we learnt about taste. We tried some different foods, discussing our taste buds and the different textures. Surprisingly lots of children like lemons and popcorn but very few liked avocado. Many people said that it was due to the texture because it was too slimy. We are continuing to learn our songs for our harvest festival celebration in our music lesson. In computing we have been continuing to learn how to use the program paint as well as turning on and logging onto a computer. Some of us have even become computer experts! All of us have now visited the library. This is a rolling 2 week session so the children who visited last week will be able to change their books this coming Wednesday. Don't forget to bring it in!
Thank you to everyone who brought in money for the cake sale. Keep your eyes peeled for the amount we raised as a school.
A letter about our up coming trip has been sent out. Please check the date that your child is going, as half of the class will be going on Tuesday 30th Oct and the other half on Thursday 1st Nov. This is due to numbers of children at the museum.
Have a lovely weekend and see you on Monday!
Please note that there are some changes to the class timetable. 1B will no longer have PE on a Monday. It will now be taught on a Tuesday by me. As I am out of class for the first part of Monday afternoon, this will be covered by Mrs De Lellis who teaches in class 2DH.
This week has been the first full week with all our different lessons and groups up and running. The children have all settled into their new Read, Write Inc groups, routines and have enjoyed starting to explore our new topic, All Aboard.
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