What time is it?

We've learnt a new song to help us understand how to tell the time. 

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Tricky words

We have been working really hard learning to read and write our tricky words. Can you find the tricky words in this piece of writing? 

 

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Mothers Day Afternoon

Red and green groups had a wonderful time this afternoon at their Mother's Day afternoon tea. Spending time with our mums was extra special. We enjoyed playing, giving our badges, listening to a story and giving our handmade gifts and cards. Thank you for your generosity with the raffle and I hope…

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Tick Tock what time's on the clock?

We have had so much fun learning about time so we are going to continue next week. You will be able to ask me the time in Sydney, London, Paris and Toyko. Why not pop in and see our display.

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Step into spring

As the nicer weather approaches (we hope) we are beginning to look at spring in our local environment.  Next week we will go on a spring walk to look for signs of spring and new life.

In RE we will be looking closely at the Easter story and finding out it's not all about chicks and…

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Mother's Day

Looking forward to seeing red and green groups' mums and their guests for our special afternoon tea at the children's centre tomorrow.

Dont forget to bring your pennies. Someone, I wonder who that could be, has set us a challenge!! 

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What time is it Mr.Wolf?

We had lots of fun learning about time by playing an old favourite game.  Not sure our footsteps were fairy ones!

 

 

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Mother's Day Afternoon

Hope you enjoyed your afternoon and thank you for your generosity. You helped us raise £28 from the raffle. We will let you know  what we decide to spend the money on after Red and Green groups visit on Friday. I wonder who will raise the most????

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Cursive Handwriting

Look at this excellent example of cursive handwriting by a Reception Class child.

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A creepy update!

Well the caterpillars are getting big now - I think they must like the Wigan air! Over the next week I think we may need to transfer them into the butterfly garden. What do you think will happen next to the caterpillars? Think about the story we heard in class about the Very Hungry Caterpillar.…

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