Week Beginning 25th June 2018
This week we have spent lots of time outdoors in the glorious sunshine! After we created our own Eagley beach at the start of the week, we all thought it would be a good idea if we had some water fun. We therefore all came with our swimsuits or change of clothes and loved having water fights and paddling in the pools. All the children had lots of fun and it was lovely to see so many happy faces and smiles!
This week we have also been busy making some pieces of artwork for the Goosnargh competition next weekend. Some children have made a fabulous monster mask, whilst others have made a crown fit for a queen or king!
We have continued with our phonics and reading this week and we urge you all to try to read 5 times per week. This will benefit your child so much and we were so close to winning the 5 read challenge this week! Please try your very hardest to do as many reads as possible. Have a lovely weekend!
Week Beginning 11th June 2018
This week we have been learning about lots of different vehicles, particularly ones that help us. We have therefore done lots of learning about fire engines and learned all about the equipment that they have and how it is used. Similarly, we have done the same about ambulances too! We learned all about why they have a siren and blue lights, as well as what number we would dial if we ever needed one! Some children have even had a go at painting a picture of a fire engine, focusing on what it looked, how many wheels it had and of course painting the ladder on top!
As it is Father's Day on Sunday, we have had lots of fun making some gorgeous Father's Day cards and some equally gorgeous Father's Day photo frames! We really hope our Daddy's like them because they took us a long time.
Finally, we have continued to learn letter sounds during our phonics lessons and we are all getting really good at recognising each letter sound on its own. So far we have learned letters m,a,s,d,t,n,i,o,p,c,k,u! That's a lot of letters! Can you practice writing any of these letters at home? If you can, myself and Miss Bowker would love to see them! Don't forget your entry and exit flicks!
Have a lovely weekend!