Welcome to the Cubs News!
This term our topics are Beasts, Minibeasts and Journeys around the World.
On Friday we had an author come into school called Ellie Sandall She read her new book called 'EVERYBUNNY Dance' to us. First of all Ellie read her book and then she asked some of us to make a dancing pose. She drew our pose on a big sheet of paper. We then sang 'If you're happy and you know it', with musical instruments. After this we decorated our own party hats. We enjoyed our morning with Ellie and we hope she will come back to our school again soon.
This term we looked closely at mini beasts and their habitats. We had a go at making our own bug hotels using different a bottle and bits of nature. We left the hotels in our outdoor area to see what bugs would visit.
This term the children took part in a multi-skills morning. We split into groups and worked at different stations to practice different skills, such as: throwing, catching and balancing.
The WoW Sheet is a way for you to record those moments when your child says or does something that makes you think "wow"!
We are always interested in any special moments that the children experience in their home environment.
Please click on the links above to print off our WoW Moment tickets and let us know what your child has been up to out of school
We would love to share the childrens news in our circle time and we will place them in their Learning Journey
Please can we ask that you label ALL clothing, bags and bottles as lots are getting muddled!
Book Bags will be sent home on a Friday and need to be returned on the following Wednesday.
The phonics words in the Cubs Reading books are currently being assessed and if necessary, new words will be sent home before half term.
PE bags need to be in school everyday for class PE, Dance with Amy and PE with Richard.
Quotes from the Children
Here are some links to some games we like to play at school:
This is a website full of phonics games for all phases.
Lots of practical and fun games to play.
Fun learning through play helps children achieve Foundation stage goals. Teach 3-5 year olds, initial sounds, colours, compare and order, counting, matching and mouse skills at home.
Phonics games will help your child to practise sounding out words, which will help them to read. Initially, children will learn basic letter sounds, such as "c-a-t" for "cat". Later they will move on to sounds such as "th", "sh" and "ch", then "oo", "oa" and so on. Once they recognise a few basic letter sounds, they will be able to work out what a written word says for themselves, a skill which they will be very proud to show off!
Counting. matching and ordering maths games
Please click here for some ideas that are recommended for children in the early years some of which we use in school and the Cubs will be familiar with.
Hello, my name is Paddington Bear and I am from darkest Peru. I was found at Paddington station by Mr and Mrs Brown and that is how I got my name. I am a very kind and loving bear and my favourite food is marmalade. I like to spend my time having adventures with people who are helpful, polite and always try their best. If you like, you can take pictures of our time together, but YOU must write about our adventure in my book so I can keep it full of wonderful memories Try your hardest to sound out your words and write on the lines. If you take me home on a Friday, please return me to school on a Monday and if I go home on a Monday, please return me to school on a Friday.
Let the adventures begin!