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Week beginning 14th June 2021

We have had an extremely busy week here in Hertfordshire class!   A lot of time has been spent creating our class assembly which is on our class page if you haven't had a chance to view it yet!  I am very proud of them all for working so hard on it! 

In English we have been continuing with our text about 'Bats'.  The children have been practising writing facts about bats and matching the beginning of sentences to the end of the sentences.  We have also been exploring verbs and nouns as well as checking for correct punctuation, capital letters and full stops!  They have enjoyed sharing their drawings of their chosen animal and labelling their animal with noun phrases. 

In maths we have continued with finding the difference in different ways and counting forwards and back in 1s and 2s as well as identifying missing numbers and odd and even numbers.  

We have had a lot of fun learning our African dance for our Opening ceremony on Monday for the start of our Sports week!  Also we have been making our 3-D sculptures of cold climate animals using paper and paste. 

Next week is our Sports week and the children are allowed to come in each day in their P.E. kits either wearing their house colour T-shirt or a white T-shirt.  We are so looking forward to this and can't wait to take part in the rugby and the gymnastics etc. with the special visiting experts!  On Friday we are also going to be learning about preparing food and healthy eating.  We will be designing and making fruit kebabs.  Please could you send in fruit which the children will enjoy preparing (just one sort will be enough) and we will share these around so that we get a variety.  Good fruits to use are banana, strawberries, pineapple, apples, grapes, mango, kiwi, peach, melon, nectarine, pears and any other more unusual ones you might like to send in!  I'm sure the children will love making and eating these!  If you could send it in on Thursday that would be great so the children can have a good look at it all as they design their kebabs! 

We will be putting up lots of photos, so watch this space! 

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

Mrs Scanzi, Mrs Warren and Mrs Selwyn.

 

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