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Hello and welcome to Ash class web page.

In our classroom, you will find

 

   Mrs Mountney

Miss Smith

  Mrs Mulcahy

   Mrs Ali-Shah

Miss Cox

 

If you have any questions please feel free to speak to a member of staff at the beginning or end of the day.

In Ash class our P.E lessons are on a Thursday morning and a Friday afternoon. Please ensure P.E kits are in school on these days and all items are clearly labelled.

 

We use the outside area as our second classroom so please make sure the children bring suitable clothing as they will be outside whatever the weather. If possible please leave wellies (named) in school as we have a digging area, water wall and mud kitchen that the children have daily access to.

 

We  visit the library on Friday afternoons and the children will be able to choose either a fiction or non-fiction book to borrow and share with you at home. Library books need to be returned on a weekly basis and placed in the children's book bags ready to change that day.

Stick Man

Stick Man 1 We made pictures of Stick Man using
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What we are learning: 21.1.19

 

Thank you to all the parents who were able to attend the maths workshop. It was lovely to see so many of you and the children really enjoyed completing the activities with you. The PowerPoint information has been added to each of the reception pages and if you have any questions please speak to a member of staff.

 

The children enjoyed all our work on the story We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and are really good at retelling the story. Ask them to tell you it, you will be amazed! The bear paw biscuits proved to be very popular and the children even wrote shopping list so the adults remembered what ingredient to buy.

 

This week our story is ‘Stick Man’ and the children are already very excited about working with sticks. I’m sure that they will be able to think of some really imaginative ways to use a stick and transform it into something special or magical.

 

 In literacy, the children will be making a list of all the different things a stick could become for example, a fishing rod, a magic wand, or even a spoon for a giant! They will be encouraged to sound out the words they need using their ‘robot arms’ and then write the sounds they can hear.

 

The phonics challenge for the week is an eye spy game. They will be looking for objects that start with or include the digraphs sh, ch, th or ng. When they have spotted them they can have a go at writing the word on a post-it-note.

 

When the children visit Numberland this week they will be surprised to find that Inky the mischievous mouse has already visited and left some objects in the gardens for them to investigate. They will need to solve the problem he has left for them using practical equipment and have a go at writing it as a number sentence. We will also be continuing our work on 3d shapes.

 

This week the children will start visiting the school library and will be able to choose a book to bring home to share with you. Our library visit will be on a Friday afternoon and the children will need to have their books in their bag each Friday morning ready to change. 

 

The challenges for the following tables are:

 

-maths table: making 3d shapes with sticks and dough

-finger gym: threading beads onto sticks

-story table: Stick Man

-Investigation table- Investigating building towers of sticks

What we are learning: 21.1.19

 

Thank you to all the parents who were able to attend the maths workshop. It was lovely to see so many of you and the children really enjoyed completing the activities with you. The PowerPoint information has been added to each of the reception pages and if you have any questions please speak to a member of staff.

 

The children enjoyed all our work on the story We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and are really good at retelling the story. Ask them to tell you it, you will be amazed! The bear paw biscuits proved to be very popular and the children even wrote shopping list so the adults remembered what ingredient to buy.

 

This week our story is ‘Stick Man’ and the children are already very excited about working with sticks. I’m sure that they will be able to think of some really imaginative ways to use a stick and transform it into something special or magical.

 

 In literacy, the children will be making a list of all the different things a stick could become for example, a fishing rod, a magic wand, or even a spoon for a giant! They will be encouraged to sound out the words they need using their ‘robot arms’ and then write the sounds they can hear.

 

The phonics challenge for the week is an eye spy game. They will be looking for objects that start with or include the digraphs sh, ch, th or ng. When they have spotted them they can have a go at writing the word on a post-it-note.

 

When the children visit Numberland this week they will be surprised to find that Inky the mischievous mouse has already visited and left some objects in the gardens for them to investigate. They will need to solve the problem he has left for them using practical equipment and have a go at writing it as a number sentence. We will also be continuing our work on 3d shapes.

 

This week the children will start visiting the school library and will be able to choose a book to bring home to share with you. Our library visit will be on a Friday afternoon and the children will need to have their books in their bag each Friday morning ready to change. 

 

The challenges for the following tables are:

 

-maths table: making 3d shapes with sticks and dough

-finger gym: threading beads onto sticks

-story table: Stick Man

-Investigation table- Investigating building towers of sticks

Bear Paw Biscuits

Bear Paw Biscuits 1 We helped each other to tie our aprons.
Bear Paw Biscuits 2 We read the recipe and weighed
Bear Paw Biscuits 3 out the ingredients carefully.
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Bear Paw Biscuits 7 We had to beat the ingredients together.
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Bear Paw Biscuits 11 "It's looking sticky."
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Bear Paw Biscuits 15 First you roll the dough into a ball.
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Bear Paw Biscuits 17 "Then you press it down flat."
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Bear Paw Biscuits 20 "It looks just like a paw!"
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Bear Paw Biscuits 31 Then we washed the dishes.
Bear Paw Biscuits 32 "Rub a dub dub."
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The Gingerbread Man Play

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Maths Workshop

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What we are learning: 14.1.19

 

The children really enjoyed We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, we made bear faces, acted out the story both inside and outside and investigated sounds that link to the story.

 

This week we will be continuing with the story and the children will be encouraged to act out the story in small groups and then share it with their friends. We will also be making bear paw biscuits which I’m sure will prove very popular with the children. They will also be investigating mixing different ingredients with water to make drinks for teddy bears.

 

In literacy, the children will be continuing to make their own books linked to the story and thinking about different sounds or characters to add to their version. They will be encouraged to sound out the words they need using their ‘robot arms’ and then write the sounds they can hear. The phonics challenge for the week is blending (sounding out) cvc words and placing them in the treasure chest if they are real words or in the bin if they are nonsense words. We will be continuing to remind children about the letter families and how to form their letters correctly.

 

When the children visit Numberland this week they will be counting along the path in 2s and looking at a variety of 3d shapes and placing them in the correct garden based on the number of faces they have. We will also be learning about 3d shapes throughout the week, learning their names and looking at the different 2d shapes on each face. There is a link to a 3d shape rap below.

 

Just a reminder that the maths workshop for all reception classes is on Monday 14th January at 9.00. Parents will be able to work with their child to complete a range of different maths activities and staff will be available to answer any questions.

 

 

The challenges for the following tables are:

 

-maths table: 3d shapes

-finger gym: geo boards

-story table: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

-Investigation table- Investigating sounds

-Phonics table- cvc word sort

3D Shapes I Know (solid shapes song- including sphere, cylinder, cube, cone, and pyramid)

3D Shapes I Know (new pyramid version)

Bear Faces

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Our Learning

Our Learning 1 A Numicon house.
Our Learning 2 curly caterpillar letters
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Our Learning 4 number sentences
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Our Learning 6 matching amounts
Our Learning 7 finding the total
Our Learning 8 adding
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Our Learning 10 A tea shop.
Our Learning 11 Writing numbers for houses.
Our Learning 12 tricky words
Our Learning 13 crossing the sound river
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Our Learning 16 We made the alphabet using letter blocks
Our Learning 17 whilst we sang the alphabet song.
Our Learning 18 exploring sounds
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Our Learning 20 long ladder letters
Our Learning 21 We tapped different objects in the
Our Learning 22 outdoor classroom and listened
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Our Learning 25 working together
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Our Learning 29 combining amounts

Football

Football 1 Today in P.E we learnt some football skills.
Football 2 We started with a game of cups and saucers.
Football 3 We listened really carefully to the instructions.
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Football 5 We had to move quickly and turn the cones over.
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Football 7 We moved like a butterfly,
Football 8 a frog,
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Football 24 We worked as part of team.
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Football 32 We worked in small groups to collect treasure
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Football 36 We had to dribble the ball using the side of our
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What we are learning: 7.1.19

 

Welcome back. We hope you all had a fun and relaxing break. We are looking forward to seeing the children again.

 

This week we will be thinking about the story We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. We will be acting out the story using small world resources and outside in the garden with our friends. We will also be investigating different sounds linked to the story and thinking about how we can recreate similar sounds by using everyday items.

 

In literacy, the children will be making their own books linked to the story. They will be encouraged to sound out the words they need using their ‘robot arms’ and then write the sounds they can hear. There will also be a new phonics challenge for the children to complete each week. This week we will be working on forming long ladder letters l, i, t, u and j correctly.

 

When the children visit Numberland they will be placing the correct amount of objects in each garden, solving a maths problem and looking at positional language e.g next to, behind and in front of.

 

 

The challenges for the following tables are:

 

-maths table: rolling 2 dice and combining the amount

-finger gym: threading bears and dinosaurs

-story table: We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

-Investigation table- Investigating sounds

-Phonics table- long ladder letters

 

 

A date for your diary – Monday 14th January 9.05 – maths workshop.

 

This is an opportunity for parents to work with their children at a range of different maths activities. Please speak to a member of staff if you need any additional information.

Christmas Cookies

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Ash class staff would like to wish all the children, parents and carers a very Happy Christmas.

 

Thank you for all your support throughout the term.

 

Children return to school on Tuesday 8th January 2019.

 

Maths workshop for parents and children is Monday 14th January 2019 - 9.05 am

Christmas Party

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What we are learning: 17.12.18

 

The children thoroughly enjoyed sharing their performance of 'Whoops-a-Daisy Angel and we were very proud of them. They looked amazing, sang beautifully and remembered their lines.

 

This week we will be continuing with our Christmas activities and crafts, wrapping presents, putting buttons on snowmen and making some Christmas baked items. 

 

In phonics we will recap all the sounds so far and be using these to play Christmas themed eye spy and a Christmas sound lotto game.

 

In Number Land we will be continuing our work on positional language. The children will be placing objects in front of, behind, next to, under and on a Christmas tree. 

 

Our Christmas party will be on Thursday afternoon. The children need to come to school in their uniform as usual and bring some party clothes in a named bag which they can place on their peg ready to change into after lunch.

 

School finishes on Friday 21st December at 1.45. 

 

 We would like to thank you for your continued support throughout the year.

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone in Ash Class.

 

Challenges for the week are;

 

Maths table- place a hat on the snowman and put the correct amount of buttons on

Finger gym - use the tweezers to put the pom poms in the snowman bottles

Story table - Laura's Star

Our Learning

Our Learning 1 A house for a penguin.
Our Learning 2 The Christmas story
Our Learning 3 Making salt dough decorations.
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Our Learning 5 Investigating Numicon.
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Our Learning 7 A Lego model.
Our Learning 8 Wrapping a parcel.
Our Learning 9 Wrapping presents
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Our Learning 12 Investigating watercolours
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Our Learning 16 Visiting the Post Office.
Our Learning 17 working together
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Home Made Decorations

Home Made Decorations 1 Your decoration made our classroom
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Home Made Decorations 20 We drew around our hands and
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Christmas Lunch

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Where's the Monkey?

A song to help children learn prepositions of place.

What we are learning: 10.12.18

 

We had a very busy week last week, rehearsing for the Christmas play, making decorations for the Christmas tree festival and to decorate the classroom and school. We also investigated ice, painted wintery pictures and looked at a range of non-fiction books to find out more about polar animals.  

 

This week we will be reading ‘The Christmas Story’ and making links to the different characters in our school play. We will also be making more decorations and some Christmas cookies.

 

In Numberland we will be working on prepositional language, placing objects in front of, next to, behind, under and on the Christmas tree.

 

As part of our phonics work we will be reviewing tricky words, sight words and the digraphs we have learned so far. Last week we thought  carefully about curly caterpillar letter formation: a, c, g, o, d, q, s, f and e. This week the children will be consolidating that knowledge and writing cvc words that have curly caterpillar letters in them, remembering that each letter starts as the letter ‘c.’

 

The children were really excited to see their costumes for the Christmas play last week and are looking forward to performing it for you. If you have not booked tickets yet please contact the office. Performances are;

 

Monday 10th December  10.00am - dress rehearsal

Tuesday 11th December  2.00pm

Tuesday 11th December  6.00pm

 

The children will need to be back at school by 5.30pm on Tuesday 11th December to get ready for the evening performance.

 

If you have any questions please speak to a member of staff.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

The challenge for the following tables are as follows:

 

-maths table: placing the correct amount of snowflakes on the mittens

-finger gym: use tweezers to pick up a sparkly decoration and place it on the snowflake

-story table: The Christmas Story

-Investigation table- What can you build?

What we are learning: 3.12.18

 

We all had a very busy and exciting week last week. The children all had a fabulous time at the library, they enjoyed looking at a range of different books and sharing them with each other. We were extremely proud of them and their behaviour and listening skills were excellent. They also walked back to school in a very sensible and careful manner so a big well done to each and everyone of them. Thank you to the parent helpers who came with us, helped us choose our books and kept us safe on the walk back to school.

 

In P.E we moved like different animals from the story ‘Little Monkey’ and other animals that we could think of. We played a guessing game, a child modelled a movement and we had to guess which animal it was. It was really good fun and we learned lots more about animals.

 

In contrast to the jungle animals we learned about last week we will be learning about polar animals this week. This will be linked to our story: Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers. We will be learning about where these animals live, what they look like and writing some facts about them.

 

In Numberland we will be selecting a pot of objects and estimating how many we think are in the pot and writing the number on a post-it-note, before counting to check. We will then place the pot in the correct garden.

 

As part of our phonics work we will be reviewing tricky words and sight words and thinking carefully about letter formation. The focus for this week is curly caterpillar letters: a, c, g, o, d, q, s, f and e. Ask your child to write them for you at home, each letter starts as if they are writing a c!

 

The children are doing very well with our Christmas rehearsals and I am sure you have probably heard them singing the songs at home. These will continue until our dress rehearsal on Monday the 10th December. Wednesday this week is decorations day and the children will be making a variety of decorations to decorate the school.

 

If you have any questions please speak to a member of staff.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

The challenge for the following tables are as follows:

 

-maths table: estimate how many items are in the pot and write your answer on a post-it-note

-finger gym: use tweezers to pick up sugar cubes and build a house for a penguin

-story table: Lost and Found

-Investigation table- ice investigation

Decorations

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Christmas Trees

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Lost and Found

Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

Animal party

Animal party 1 We visited Story land and Mrs Parsons read us
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Animal party 4 We shared our favourite books with our friends.
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Our visit to Hitchin library

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Our visit to Hitchin library 5 We joined in with the repeated refrains.
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Our visit to Hitchin library 9 There were lots of exciting books to chose from.
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Our visit to Hitchin library 13 We sang 'Five Little Monkeys.'
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Our visit to Hitchin library 20 We read to each other.
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Our visit to Hitchin library 24 We read with a grown up.
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