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Oscar played with a friend from reception outside in the outdoor area, using the treasure map to pretend to look for treasure. Oscras friend held the compass and Oscar wore an eyepatch as they pretended to be pirates. Oscar held the map and they (More)
Miss Archer wrote: Post bike directions
Our challenge this week outside is to ride the Jolly Postmans bike and follow the directions around the outdoor area. We used directional language to direct ourselves and our friends around the area on the bike. We directed the bike around the (More)
Miss Archer wrote: Postbike directions
Our challenge this week outside is to ride the Jolly Postmans bike and follow the directions around the outdoor area. We used directional language to direct ourselves and our friends around the area on the bike. We directed the bike around th (More)
Miss Archer wrote: Post bike directions
Our challenge this week outside is to ride the Jolly Postmans bike and follow the directions around the outdoor area. We used directional language to direct ourselves and our friends around the area on the bike. We directed the bike around th (More)
Miss Archer wrote: Post bike directions
Our challenge this week outside is to ride the Jolly Postmans bike and follow the directions around the outdoor area. We used directional language to direct ourselves and our friends around the area on the bike. We directed the bike around the tre (More)
Miss Heritage wrote: Counting gingerbread men
"I've made ginger bread men" said Paiton. Paiton had rolled play dough and used a cutter to cut out ginger bread men. Paiton counted the men she had made. She was able to count in sequence to 10, pointing to each one as she counted. Paiton needed (More)
Miss Heritage wrote: Numbers on a clock
Bentley looked at the clock and recognised numerals on the clock face. Bentley watched as the second hand ticked around the clock identifying the numbers the hand was on. (More)
Miss Heritage wrote: Play dough car
Freyah created a car using play dough. She manipulated the play dough to create the different parts for her car. Freyah named each part she was making (wheels, roof, window) as she joined it together, counting the wheels as she placed them onto t (More)
Miss Heritage wrote: Hockey
Abbie displayed great skill as she learnt to play hockey. I showed Abbie how to hold the hockey stick and push the ball along. Abbie asked her friend to join her in in her game. She showed great control and coordination as she passed the ball to (More)
Miss Heritage wrote: Large movements
Ruby Jo enjoyed using a roller dipped in water to create marks on the wall. Ruby used large movements to move the roller in different ways, looking at the marks she had created. (More)