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Summer Week 1

posted 24 Apr 2015, 08:23 by Tom Kentfield-Wells   [ updated 24 Apr 2015, 08:23 ]
Welcome back everyone! As we embark on the final summer term in Nursery, we look forward to our learning journey together and making our best even better! This week we have been learning to create and think critically, we have been learning to count objects and represent numbers and we have been learning to take turns and communicate our ideas clearly.

We have been playing lots of circle games to help develop our communication skills and our ability to take turns.


Through our play this week, we have been learning to create and think critically. We have had lots of fun playing outside in the sunshine, developing our ability to establish our own ideas, make links and improve our ways of making decisions and develop strategies.


In phonics, Miss Pounder’s group have been listening carefully to initial phonemes in words and we have been developing our oral blending and segmenting skills. This week we have been practising writing the graphemes, j, v, and the digraph ss. We learnt the tricky word ‘we’ this week.

Mrs Edgar’s group have also been listening carefully to initial letter sounds in words and developing their oral blending and segmenting skills. We really enjoyed making silly soup and exploring what was inside our sound bag.

Mrs Dean’s phonics group have been developing their understanding of alliteration. We have been listening carefully to initial phonemes in words and developing our awareness of vocal sounds, including oral blending and segmenting.

Through counting songs and rhymes, we have been developing our awareness of numbers and our ability to represent numbers in different ways. 


It has been a very busy week in Nursery and we have been making our best better to be the best that we can be!


Keep checking Nursery’s webpage and the academy’s Twitter page to find out what we have been getting up to! Next week our letter of the week will be ‘x’ and our number of the week will be 6.
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