R3 have had an exciting week beginning our topic 'Zero to Hero'! We have looked at the real life superheroes that we come across in our everyday lives and how they help so many of us.
We all shared our favourite times and gifts.
It seems we were very lucky boys and girls.
We talked about our hopes and dreams for 2022.
We collaged rainbows so that we could place our hopes and dreams at the end.
Matching colours and numbers!
We worked together to create the same pattern as we relied on our partners descriptions.
Practising number formation in the sand.
We needed to give the city buildings windows.
Batman would be proud of this superhero base!
We used our brand new play dough to make superheroes!
We used different amounts of numicon to create sky scraper buildings.
We focused on kindness this week as a superpower we all have.
Threading was the tricky bit.
A beautifully patterned cape...
now colourful too!
We manipulated our playdough to create patterns for our own capes.
Some even looked like superhero faces!
After a frantic phone call from Mrs Harry we undertook a superhero treasure hunt.
They had got stuck in the icy conditions and lost there way.
We found our first one.
We followed our maps to look for more of them.
R3 to the rescue!
We really had to work together to follow the map.
We kept on finding more.
They had left us a pot of gems to say thank you for our kindness.
So many superheroes to be thankful for.
We though about each superheroes role and we wrote about our favourite.
We drew our own real life superheroes...
and made puppets!
We enjoyed making emergency vehicles.
Exploring teen numbers with tens and units.
We were even allowed to use our display to help!
We matched the superheroes to the correct emergency.
Enjoying teamwork competing jigsaws.
We wrote thank you letters to the superheroes.
This week we learned new positions in PE.
We worked with partners to move over, under and around the front support position.
We had to be strong and also flexible.
We finished with a quick game of star tag.
We had to be quick to release our friends.
R2 have had a super busy and super fun week working inside and outside. We have been thinking about the real life superheroes who are all around us doing super special and super important things every day. We started thinking about our own superpowers, showing kindness to our Reception friends and teachers.
We talked about our hopes for 2022.
We made rainbows to place our hopes at the end.
We used our rainbows to learn colours in Welsh.
We had lots of fun!
We looked at our numbers and worked out how to put them in order.
We worked together to build towers to order our numbers.
We loved working with our friends!
We built tall towers up to 20!
We used marbles to help us look over our number formation.
We are getting so good at writing our numbers.
We recognised different numbers and used our fine motor skills to put the pegs on.
We matched the number and colours. We asked our friends what the colours were in Welsh.
Rainbow sand is a very colourful and super fun way to practise our numbers.
We are proud of our Superhero HQ ... and we didn't give up when part of it fell down
More super team work and problem solving in our Construction Area.
Wow! What a super sparkly superhero cape!
Using our number skills to create a cityscape for our superheroes to fly around.
Does the tallest tower make the largest number?
The real life superheroes need rescuing!
Well done Team R2 that's one real life superhero rescued.
Where is the next real life superhero who needs our help?
Could they be here?
No look they're over here!
And we found one here!
Just one more to find! We can do it!
We made thank you cards for our superheroes at home who help us.
We used a super hero night scene to make teen numbers.
We loved making our kindness hearts.
Great fine motor skills R2 ... drawing, cutting, measuring and threading!
We can all be real life superheroes.
The bears were pleased of our help.
R1 have been singing, dancing and acting like superheroes. We created, showing innovation and used critical thinking as we learned about real life superheroes. We solved problems working together and we were effective members of Reception. We treated our friends with respect and care. Our new teacher and assistants shared the positive aspects of our behaviours with our class. We chose our favourite 'real-life' superheroes. We had to help them as the ice cold weather caused them to get stuck. Through imagination and creative play we had ‘fun, fun, fun,’ learning together.
A rainbow for our hopes and dreams
Shopping outdoors at our market, using 10p, 1p coins and a dice to determine price
Emergency vehicles need to drive along some tricky roads
Making a door frame for the role play
Superheroes influenced our good choices
Collaboration led to success
Transferring mathematical skills to real-life problems
Observation and attention to detail
Together Everyone Achieves More
Help for real-life superheroes
We had a great dance to 'Superman,' the song
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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