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Welcome to Class One

 

Hi Class One! Welcome back to school, we hope you have had a wonderful May half term in the glorious sunshine.

 

Your new topic for Summer 2, is called 'Are carrots orange?'

 

What do you like to eat? Are you happy to try something new? Explore these questions and more in this project about eating well and being healthy.

Here is your Knowledge Organiser for your new topic.

 

Possible lines of enquiry include:
• food
• recipes and cooking
• healthy eating
• the benefits of exercise
• origins of different food

 

During this topic we will be learning about....

 

Literacy 

Writing complex sentences that include adjectives. We will be developing our story writing to include three parts, a beginning, middle and end. We will also be ensuring that we continue to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. 

ReadingWe will be learning the stories of Pass the Jam Jim, Oliver's Vegetables. Oliver's Fruit salad, Supertato and many more stories about farms and plants.

Mathematics

Counting, ordering, comparing numbers to 20.  More and less than within 20. Addition / subtraction facts to 20. Rehearsing the days of the week and months of the year.  Counting in 1's, 2's and 5's. Money. Problem solving and reasoning, applying the above skills.

Understanding the World

Healthy eating. How food is grown and where different foods come from.

Expressive Arts & Design

Using a range of skills to make vegetable paintings, including printing and still life drawing using pastels. We will continue to express ourselves through songs and musical instruments.

 

 
ComputingUsing apps on the ipad and IWB. Using Beebot.
  
  
P.EBalancing, catching and throwing. We will be practising for Sports Day too!

RE

Our new Christian Value for this half term is Foregiveness and we will be focusing on the Olympic and Paralympic values (Friendship, Respect, Excellence for Olympics and Determination, Inspiration, Courage and Equality for Paralympics

PSHE

Relationships. Routes to Resilience – Exploring the meaning of the words Adventurous, Patient and Courageous

 

 

 

Summer 1:

Your new topic for Summer 1, is called 'Why do Ladybird's have spots?'

Why do ladybirds have spots? Why do spiders spin webs? We will be exploring these questions and more in this project about minibeasts and their habitats.

Lines of enquiry include:
• minibeasts in the local environment
• similarities and differences
• growth and change
• patterns and colours
• plants and flowers

 

During this topic we will be learning about....

 

Literacy 

Writing complex sentences that include adjectives, writing facts about mini beasts and recognising rhyming words within the text. We will also be ensuring that we continue to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. 

ReadingWe will be learning the stories of What the Ladybird heard, The Very Busy Spider, Superworm, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Snail Trail and Jasper's Beanstalk, plus many many more

Mathematics

Counting, ordering, comparing numbers to 20.  More and less than within 20. Addition / subtraction facts to 20. Rehearsing the days of the week and months of the year.  Counting in 1's and 2's. Money. Problem solving and reasoning, applying the above skills.

Understanding the World

Minibeasts and Plants. We are looking forward to developing caterpillars into butterflies! Revisiting our learning on habitats and environments. 

Expressive Arts & Design

Using a range of skills to make minibeasts, garden drawings and creating caterpillars in the style of Henry Matisse. We will continue to express ourselves through songs and musical instruments.

 

 
ComputingUsing apps on the ipad and IWB. Using Beebot.

 

 

 

 

P.EMinibeast Dances, looking at moving in different ways. We will be working in pairs and teams to create dances. 

RE

Our new Christian Value for this half term is TRUST and we will be focusing on the story of Jesus walking on the water.

PSHE

Relationships. Routes to Resilience – Exploring the meaning of the words Polite, Honest and Understanding.

 

 

 

 

Are Carrots Orange Knowledge Organiser

Why do ladybirds have spots Knowledge Organiser

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