Elmer week seemed quite popular with the Pre-school children, they enjoyed making different crafts using a variety of materials, Milk bottles, paper plates, scrap paper, tissue paper, crafting really helps our children to build up those muscles in their hands and arms to help them with writing later on in their development. They also use problem solving skills. I am so impressed with all of the work they have done they all did a fantastic job what beautiful colours they have used.
They also had a go at adding and number formation, ordering the story, and letter formation.
Well done to everyone for having a go and always trying hard your learning. We are all so proud of you!
Come back next week to see what we got up to in Mini beast week!
Miss Whitty 22/06/20
I am so impressed with the preschool key worker children, they have all taken a new way of school very well, learning to keep their distance to keep each other healthy, in a new classroom with new adults. I am so proud of them!
This week they have been super busy, from learning how stay safe near a fire, bug hunting. To lots of school work, this week my challenge for all Pre school children is based on the Three Little Pigs. These three have being doing lots of number work, practising number formation, having a go at our cutting skills, and colouring.
Well done to W ,W and H!
Miss Whitty 10-06-20
For this weeks challenge I based it around the book The Hungry Caterpillar, and WOW our children have done such a fantastic job with it. It was mainly set to learn days of the week, to help develop fine motor skills and maths and of corusre to have FUN!
K and E did a fab job with ordering their days of the week.
A - did finger print painting and practising her numbers 1-10 and developing her muscles in her fingers all to help with writing in the coming years, what beautiful colours she has used!
I -learnt one more and one less from numbers 1-10 how amazing is this for a 4 year old?!
R made a brilliant caterpillar using different recourse her parent even said she was there for quite a while making lots with different lengths enhancing her own learning!
I am so impressed with all of these children taking everything in their stride and having a go at everything. Well done everyone!
Miss Whitty 17/05/20
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