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2nd half summer term

Parachute Games

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The Reception children have enjoyed having their P.E session on the school field in the sunshine. They have been working together on different parachute games, including cat and mouse, duck, duck, goose and different group games. 

Mini-beasts

This half term we have been learning all about mini-beasts; How many different mini beasts can we name? Where do they live? What do they eat? How many legs do they have? Which is our favourite mini beast and why? 

The children enjoyed exploring our EYFS garden and the wildlife are looking for the different mini beasts. The children collected different natural materials and used them to create their favourite mini beast. 

Transient Art

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Sports Day Fun

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Thank you to all the Mummy’s, Daddy’s and Grown-Up’s who came to support us and cheer us on during our Sports Day activities. E had such a great time in the sunshine and we hope you did too. 

Stretch-n-Grow with Wendy 

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Baby Shark

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Using our different muscles ...

This half term in Stretch-n-Grow the children have started with the theme ‘Under the Sea’. This a perfect topic to help consolidate the learning we made last term on our visit to the Sea Life Centre at the Trafford Centre. The children have enjoyed using their fine and gross motor skills while pretending to be different under water animals. 

 

The children have been working on their hopping skills and two footed jumps as well as discussing the importance of wearing a helmet when we ride a bike. 

 

Finally, the children recapped on the names of the different muscles in the body, the children can confidently name the hamstrings, biceps, triceps, deltoids, quads and many more. Ask your child at home what muscles they know. 

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