Home Learning Friday 19th March
We found some pretty daffodils in Pear class garden and noted that these will have grown due to seed dispersal, just like in the story The Tiny Seed that we read in the Autumn time. The children painted observational pictures of these flowers which are now displayed around our classroom brightening up our days!
We also closely observed and discovered that our bulbs we planted in the Autumn term have sprung and are beginning to blossom into flowers. We spent some time investigating and looking at the different parts of these plants to discover some key vocabulary: shoots, roots, petal, stem, leaves and some of us may even be able to talk about the pollen on the flower!
We had a very important discussion during circle time about the big event that has taken place this week: comic relief. We discussed what these big words might mean and decided that red nose day is all about being silly and making others smile and it was important to have this day to make them feel happier and also raise money for people who need a bit of help.
We enjoyed producing some of our own funny face pictures that we will display proudly on our classroom windows to give you a smile and also told some of our favourite jokes. Reception humour= belly laughs and bemused adults! We all had so much fun dressing up in silly outfits and taking part in the comic relief activities in the classroom but most of all, we were all so proud to be contributing to help others in need.
Another fantastic fun-packed week in reception!
Fingers crossed for lovely weather this weekend and we will see you bright and breezy on Monday,