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Our topic this half term is: Traditional Tales



- To earn your fantastic news you need to make a list of your favourite traditional tales. 
- To earn a head teachers award, you need to make a film version of your favourite traditional tale. 

What we are doing in Poppy Class

Weeks 1 (WC 1.1 18)

 

We welcome the children back after their Christmas break on Wednesday 3rd January 2018. The children will be starting a new topic which is called Traditional Tales. The children will first be looking at the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. The children will continue to develop their mathematical understanding and we would encourage the children to explore counting and recognising numbers at home with you. We will also be starting our tooth brushing activity this week.

 

Many Thanks

The Nursery Team

 

 

What we are doing in Poppy Class

Week 2 (WC 8.1.17)

 

The children continue to look at the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. the children will be developing opportunities for developing their communication and language skills when looking at story structures.The children will continue to work with numbers and they will also be starting to learn their phonic sounds.

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Many Thanks

The Nursery Team

What we are doing in Poppy Class

Weeks 3 (WC 15.1 18)

 

This week the children will continue to look at the story Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The children have experienced the story in different ways and this week they will be retelling the story to show their developing recall and speaking skills. They will continue to develop their number skills and being independent in their self-care.

The children will also be making porridge as a link to our story and tasting it like the three bears.

 

Many Thanks

The Nursery Team

What we are doing in Poppy Class

Week 4 (WC 22.1.18)

 

This week the children will start looking at a new focus story which will be ‘The Gingerbread Man’. The children will be thinking about the different characters they meet in the story. The children will begin to look at the structure of a story as it has a beginning, middle and an end. This will lead on to them developing alternative endings to different stories.

Please explore numbers at home and working with different quantities.

 

Many Thanks

The Nursery Team

Question Time:

Fairy tales


Things to watch and do:

Red riding hood
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/stories/melody-red-riding-hood


Fairy tale crafts
http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/fairytale-castle-craft


Peter Pan fairy ear wings
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/makes/presenters-peter-pan-fairy-ear-wings


Paint a fairy tale picture
http://www.abcya.com/abcya_paint.htm

Bake a gingerbread man
http://cookit.e2bn.org/historycookbook/891-gingerbread.html