This pupil began to read the book ‘The Little Red Hen.’ She spoke about the different characters and said that the hen was picking seeds. She then went on to say how the seeds would need water to grow, she was being a Thinkadocis by making links and having her own ideas.
UTW – Reading – BI 40-60m-
Reception have had a great time taking part in World Nursery Rhyme Week. The children have learned different songs throughout the week, created pictures with paint, telescopes and even made a boat! Today the children dressed up as their favourite nursery rhyme character. Can you guess which nursery rhyme they are from?
Thank you to all our parents / carers who came to our stay and play. The children performed the nursery rhymes we had been learning this week and we even had some solo singers!
As part of World Nursery Rhyme Week the children in Reception will be learning a nursery rhyme each day and taking part in activities linking to that rhyme. This helps develop the children’s communication and language, literacy skills, maths and helps them to develop socially and emotionally.
The rhyme we focused on today was Bobby Shafto. The children enjoyed learning the song and coming up with actions to help us remember it .
The children then made telescopes to help them look out onto the sea and some children used boxes to make a boat!
EMM – 30-50/40-60
Today, in Reception, we have been learning a song about Little Red Riding Hood which links with our English topic. First we learned the words then the children helped us to come up with actions to help remember the song.
EMM – 30-50+
Today, these children decided they would read to the teddies during continuous provision. As we have been looking at Goldilocks, the children independently chose a book about bears and began to recite the story from memory.
Independent Activity – Continuous Provision
Next Steps – To begin to recognise initial sounds in words and to talk about the pictures.
During continuous provision this group of children went over to the reading area and independently chose a book and began to look at the pictures, handling the books correctly.
Independant – Continuos Provision
Next steps – To talk about the pictures and begin to explore what could happen next.
Thank you to our parents and carers that came to our stay and play today. We hope that you enjoyed reading with the children and that you are now more aware of how the children in EYFS learn reading and writing.
Well done to this pupil who chose a book independently and took an interest in the illustrations. She handled the book correctly and enjoyed sitting in the teachers chair, using her imagination to pretend she was showing the book to a class of children.
Independant – Reading – Continuous Provision
30 – 50 Months –