We have been working so hard to learn about Chinese New year and life in china. We have made many many dragons – look out for low flying dragons hanging from the ceiling!! Today we all worked together to create a gigantic Dragons head and we are looking forward to showing our dragon dance to our grown ups tomorrow. Are you looking forward to our chinese new year day? I am!! Don’t forget you can dress up as one of the Chinese animals or in chinese clothes.
Later on in the week we will be learning some chinese words!! very exciting!
Can you tell me what your favourite thing has been while we have been learning about China? Are you very good at using Chopsticks now? Are you a fantastic dragon dancer? have you been singing the Chinese New year song at home? Can you retell the story of Chinese New Year?
Well we have had a very busy week learning about materials. Can you remember any of the materials we have looked at and how they felt?
The recent exciting weather has made us think about how things can change as well. Do you remember the snow and ice that Paige and Louisa found on their way to School to show us? What happened to it when it was inside our warm classroom?
Well done to our Stars of the week. IYMAH for super team work and perseverance when completing a very tricky jigsaw. DARIO for super progress in reading and phonics. Well done everyone for being so sensible when Mrs Foster was teaching you this week. Such a sensible class, well done!
Enjoy the snow this weekend, can you write on the blog if you go out in the snow and tell us what it was like?
Happy New Year and a big welcome back to everybody. We hope you had a lovely holiday.
The children in Reception one have obviously had a great rest because they have come back to School wanting to learn so much! Already this week we have made snowmen and everyone has written about their holidays without any help! You are so grown up now Reception!!
Next week we will be learning about materials. Can you have a look around your home and have a look at the materials you can find? Have a look at what material they are made from. Can you blog about what you find and the material it is made from?
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