Ms Huntington: September 2015
What a fantastic week! I am very proud of the children in Base 1.
This week we started our phonics lessons. Everyone is joining in and having fun as we learn our new sounds. In our phonics lessons, we have been dancing, doing drama as well as learning to write our letters in the correct way. Don't forget your 'froggy' fingers!! We have had our first phonics homework and we have all got some words to learn at home.
We have been enjoying story time and we have loved bringing home books from our reading corner. Some of us are starting to bring home school reading books. We are so grown up!
Base 1 children are brilliant at lunchtime, we have very good manners and we are very good at eating up all our food!
Next week we will be learning about our 'busy' time and where we can find all the things in our classroom. We will be having our first indoor PE lesson and we will start our first writing 'All about Me and my family'.
Well done everyone in Base 1 you are doing very well, please bring your big smile to school on Monday and those sparkly eyes ready to have another fantastic week!
Ms Huntington, Mrs Parsons & Mrs Wimpenny
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