Can you name these Chinese foods?
Scroll over to see if you were right!
It is show and tell every Friday afternoon in Reception and today lots of the boys and girls brought exciting things to show us!
Show and tell is a great opportunity to speak in sentences, listen carefully to our friends and even ask and answer questions!
The children have come back to school so sensibly after the holidays!
Today we have been ordering numbers.
To achieve the Number Early Learning Goal at the end of Reception we need to order numbers 1-20.
We have also been exploring the new blocks and talking about 3D shapes.
To achieve the Shape, Space and Measure Early Learning Goal by the end of Reception we need to use mathematical language to describe everyday objects and shapes.
The girls have also been making potions in the sand area.
To achieve the Shape, Space and Measure Early Learning Goal by the end of Reception we need to use everyday language to talk about capacity.
The boys have been playing cooperatively and developing their own story.
This links to Communication & Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, and Expressive Arts & Design.
Keep it up, Reception!
This week we are celebrating Chinese New Year. Today we have been learning about the story of the Chinese Zodiac. This year is the year of the monkey. Can you name the other animals in the story?
Click here to hear the Chinese Zodiac story on Cbeebies. Can you talk about the characters, events and setting in the story. We would love to hear your comments!
Alisha has invented her own song about celebrating Chinese New Year!
Some of the children made a dragon and then performed a dragon dance like the one Miss Haydon saw in China Town in Manchester!
Miss Haydon and Miss Deakin