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Celebration of learning

Arien has been practising his ball skills and his phonics.

Arien's ball skills

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Charlie has been working really hard on his maths. He has also been on a plant and flower hunt, completed activities about the film Sherlock Gnomes and has read his reading book and completed phonics activities.
Harry has been having fun and doing lots of learning outside. He has found a great game to help with addition-maybe you could have a go at this game too! I love the stunning rangoli pattern!
Alea has already planted her seed-I wonder what it will be?
Alex has been busy with reading, writing and Maths. He decorated eggs for Easter and has been on a plant and flower hunt in his garden. He also counted objects he found and matched the number. Well done, Alex for making a tower taller than you!
Ruby made a beautiful rangoli pattern.
Myla has been ordering numbers to 20. She has been on a walk and spotted many flowers from the wild flower hunt. Myla loved spotting dandelions and so she watched a video and created a poster of some of the ways seeds can travel! She also drew a bluebell and primrose and Myla knows that plants need water, sun and soil to grow.

Myla's numbers

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Rory completed a mindfulness task. He has also been on a flower hunt and took photographs of all the flowers he found in his garden. Well done Rory for writing a label for your pictures and a sentence to go with it. Rory has also coloured in a rangoli pattern and then used his pens to make a design for NHS!
Daniel has started to build a tower and is challenging himself to build it as tall as him-let's see how tall he can make it! He has written a list of his favourite people-look who made it to number 1!! He has also done some maths, phonics, reading and handwriting. Well done, Daniel, for making such a good start to the new term!
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