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Our 5 Senses

The children have been learning about how our 5 senses allow us to learn about what is happening around us. We spent a day focusing on the senses and had fun exploring them through practical activities. What made the day even more special was that we were joined by our friends from REA too!

Sense of touch

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We used our feely fingers to explore a range of objects with different textures in the outside classroom. We talked about how the objects felt and learnt words to describe them such as rough, smooth, prickly, gooey, hard soft etc.

Sense of sight

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We made some fantastic glasses with coloured lenses to see the world in a different light.

Sense of taste

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After hearing the story of The Hungry Caterpillar the children made a tasty caterpillar of their own to munch on.

Sense of hearing

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We went on a sound walk in and around our school. We heard lots of things such as children and teachers chatting, leaves rustling, cars driving by, pots and pans banging in the kitchen and much more. What can you hear around you now?

Sense of smell

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Children had great fun trying to guess the smells in the jars. They smelt of mint, garlic, fish, flowers or chocolate.They then picked their favourite to make smelling flowers to take home for their family to take a sniff at!

The children have also been using a range of materials to make skeletons both inside and outside.

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Dem bones, dem bones!

The children are learning about what keeps their body from being a blob on the floor. They have enjoyed learning songs that help them remember some of the bones we have in our bodies. We worked together to make a big skeleton.

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The children continue to have fun making faces. Come and look at our loose part faces and our Mr and Mrs Potato Heads.

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The children are having great fun making pictures of themselves using a range of media. Here the children had fun learning about 2D shapes as they used them to make shape people. We talked about sides and corners of each shape and are becoming more familiar with the names of them.

How am I unique?

The children have begun a new topic which will help children explore the similarities and differences between themselves and their peers. Look at the topic map below for ways in which you can support your child.

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Picture 9 ice-cream shop
Picture 10 building boats
Picture 11 climbing the raft
Picture 12 digging for treasure
Picture 13 building a fire
Picture 14 sending emails
Picture 15 counting shells
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Look at some of the fun activities we have explored.

The first few weeks.

The children have spent the first few weeks making new friends and becoming familiar with the new adults in their classroom. They have enjoyed a variety of activities both inside and outside that have allowed the children to explore their new surroundings. The children have enjoyed sharing their experiences of the sea-side and are keen to tell us lots about themselves and people who are important to them.

REO 2018-2019.

 

Welcome to your child's first year at Robert Bakewell. We cannot wait to begin the next chapter in your child's education. We are very impressed with how well the new intake has settled into school. They are already showing great enthusiasm for learning as they bound through the door each morning with the happy smiles that greet us. We look forward to sharing their journey with you through our web page so please ensure you have a look at it on a regular basis.

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