Wahooo! It's time for the holidays! On Friday 20th October we will break up from school for one whole week and we will return on Monday 30th October 2017.
Remember that our spooky disco is taking place on Friday the 20th October in the gym at 3.30-4.30pm. Tickets are £2 and children can dress up if they would like to! We would love to see lots of you there.
Have a lovely week off 1B and I hope that you all go outside and explore the autumn weather. Remember to look for crunchy orange leaves in the park and for darker nights! I can't wait to hear all about your adventures. Feel free to bring in anything exciting that you have done over the holidays for our first day back.
Miss Browning xx
This week we have started our brand new topic... PEOPLE WHO HELP US!
Within our exciting new topic, we are learning all about the people who help us and keep us safe. We are exploring lots of exciting jobs like Firefighters, Police Officers, Doctors, Nurses and many more!
As a class we are writing about what these special people do within their jobs and how they keep us safe. We are even writing sentences describing people who help us using adjectives and we are also making our sentences even more exciting by using conjunctions.
1B are getting Creative!
In both the creative and construction area in our classroom, 1B had some very special jobs this week all about people who help us. In our construction area children had to think about all the special vehicles that people who help us drive. Children then made these vehicles all by themselves - Omar even made a fire engine! Children also created the buildings that people who help us work in. Summer, Ibrahim and Ellianna even built a school for a teacher!
Children also made a people who help us puppet to hang up in our classroom. 1B had to cut the puppets all by themselves and glue it together very carefully. Fantastic creative work 1B!
We have a new exciting book in our classroom called People Who Help Us! This book lives in our reading garden and 1B take very good care of it. Children can use this book to read and learn about all the different people who help us and what they do. 1B know to use this book for ideas to pinch for their writing!
Can you remember a fun fact about a person who helps you?
At home can you tell someone or write a list of ALL the different people who help us that you can think of?
Could you then think of an adjective to describe this person? Are they brave? Are they kind? Are they strong?
Count how many people make it onto your list. Good luck 1B!
Miss Browning xx
This week in maths we have been looking at teen numbers and how to partition them into BIG TENS and teeny weeny ones.
We used bricks to represent tens and ones when making our teen numbers and we also asked our friends to count each individual brick at the end to check if we had made the correct number! 1B worked very hard this week and I was so impressed! Well done 1B.