Personal, Social, Emotional Development Getting to know school
Personal, Social, Emotional Development Getting to know school rules and routines Show & Tell. Talking about ourselves, our families and the things we like to do Good listening games Getting to know each other. Circle time and parachute games Talking about the things we can do Home corner role play. Things we see the grown ups do Physical Development Gross Motor; Outdoor play; bikes, climbing, moving safely around the environment, den throwing and catching games Fine Motor; Weaving, cutting, sticking, playdough, mark making, digging, small world toys, construction Developing independence in self care, using the toilet, washing hands, dressing and undressing Me & My School Literacy Bringing in favourite books from home, sharing and talking about them Joining in with songs and rhymes Asking questions Sound bingo and listening walks Talking about ourselves and making self-portraits with collage materials Drawing ourselves, our family and things we like to do Harry and the Dinosaurs go to school Autumn 1
Harry & the Dinosaurs go to School by Ian Whybrow Maths Joining in with number songs and rhymes Numbers that are important to us. Shape hunt and number hunt: beginning to recognise numbers in the environment Tidying up: counting and sorting groups of objects PSED: Children are confident to talk about their ideas in a familiar group group discussion about class picture books, what do we do when its dark Children play co-operatively taking turns with each other cave role play, Light and Dark story sacks Children work as part of a group or class building a nest for owls, constructing cave Use The Owl who was afraid of the dark to inspire a circle time discussion about feelings. Physical Development: Children show good control and co-ordination in large and small movements den building outside make nocturnal animals from playdough Children can talk about ways to keep safe what we do at night to keep safe Playdough owl babies with googly eyes, sticks, feathers & buttons. Fine motor skill tuff tray feed the owl babies using tweezers and spaghetti worms.
Rocket building linking to Whatever Next Literacy: Enjoys an increasing range of books Owl Babies, Cant you sleep Little Bear, Whatever Next, Room on the Broom Demonstrate understanding when talking to others about books Light & Dark Autumn 2 Owl Babies EAD Owl baby tuff tray with nocturnal animals. Bedtime routines in the role play home corner. Using chalk/glitter pens to write on black paper to create a night time scene. Owl den role play. Make feathers using scissor skills. Paper plate owls. Aluminium foil paintings. Junk modelling- make a rocket. UW Look at the planet Earth and the Sun. Discuss how we have day and night. How to care for birds- bird feeders. Nocturnal animals. Light investigation station- mirrors, glitter tray, cellophane, torches, magnifying glasses. Maths: Beginning to use mathematical names for flat 2D shapes ( side/edge, corner, face) Make a shape owl. Uses familiar objects and common shapes to create and recreate patterns and build models.
Begin to count up to 10. Counting owl baby feathers. Measuring/Ordering natural resources and owls. Repeated patterns with feathers. Light & Dark Autumn 2 Owl Babies PSED: Literacy: Children are confident to talk about how they and others show feelings- Tyrannosaurus Drip Understand what makes a healthy diet - Talk about Dinosaur food choices. Healthy lunchbox activity. Children play co-operatively, taking turns with others- Dinosaurs to what they hear with relevant comments, questions or actions - Andys Dinosaur Adventures Spring 1 Tyrannosaurus Drip Dinosaur puzzles They listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events an respond
Confident to speak to others about interests and opinionsCircle time- Tell the class your favourite dinosaur and why Physical Development: Handles tools, objects, construction and malleable materials safely and with increasing control - Dinosaur play-dough Handle equipment and tools effectively- Dinosaur bones excavation in the sand tray Experiments with different ways of moving- Move like a EAD Begins to build a repertoire of songs and dances Dinosaur dance UW Chooses particular colours to use for a purpose - Paint a dinosaur Selects tools and techniques needed to shape, assemble and join materials they are using - Junk modelling- make your own dinosaur Plays cooperatively as part of a group to develop and act out a narrative - Dinosaur Cave/Park- role play Constructs with a purpose in mind, using a variety of resources -Build your own dinosaur cave Uses ICT hardware to interact with age-appropriate computer
software - Dinosaur Phonics game & Bee Bots on a dinosaur map Maths: Show care & concern for living things - Dinosaur egg nest building Talk about the features of their own immediate environment and how environments might vary from one another- Learn about the meteor that made the dinosaurs extinct. Look at the changes that have happened to our world since then, including creatures that are descendants of dinosaurs. Dinosaurs Spring 1 Tyrannosaurus Drip PSED: Explains own knowledge and understanding, and asks appropriate questions of others. How did I come to school graph. Stop, Look, Listen Road Safety xplore different types of transport and share experiences of transport used. What is our favourite transport to use? Which transport helps us? bin lorries, ambulance, fire engine, police cars. Why are they helpful? If you could go on an aeroplane/rocket where would you go? Literacy: They listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events an respond to what they hear with relevant comments, questions Transport or actions Mr Gumpys Outing, Mr Gumpys Motor Car Spring 2 Mr Gumpys Outing
Enjoys an increasing range of books- maps in the reading garden Cut out transport pictures from magazines and sort into: Air, Road, Water. Physical Development: Experiments with different ways of moving- travel around the room as if you were riding a bike, running a race, flying in an aeroplane etc. How should I travel game? Travels with confidence and skill around, under, over and through balancing and climbing equipment- use large construction blocks to build bridges and roads, travel safely around the obstacle course. Shows understanding of how to transport and store UW: EAD: Make music, sing songs and dance- 5 a day tv, Row your boat Wheels on the bus Constructs with a purpose in mind, using a variety of resources- Transport Junk Modelling. Play cooperatively as part of a group to develop and act out a narrative- act out the story of Talks about why things happen and how things work- cars ramp distance activity Transport
Shows an interest in technological toys & shows skills in making toys work- Bee Bots (travelling from A to B) Spring 2 Mr Gumpys Outing Mr Gumpys Outing, Travel Agents and Underground Knows that information can be retrieved from computers- use Google search to find pictures of different modes of transport. role-play areas. Maths: Float or sink investigation table. Literacy: PSED: Circle Time to discuss our favourite fruits and vegetables. Talk to the children about caring for minibeasts in our Wildlife area. Care for and observe caterpillars. Plant a butterfly garden in our outdoor plant box. Listen to stories: The Hungry Caterpillar, Mad about Minibea The Bad Tempered Ladybird, Super Worm. Minibeasts books in the reading garden. Minibeasts Summer 1 The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Physical Development: Caterpillar fruit kebabs Taste the fruits from the story Sorting healthy and unhealthy food from the story Pictogram of favourite fruits UW: EAD: Paper chain caterpillars Playdough caterpillars: red and green, pipe cleaners, googly eyes Sing There is a tiny caterpillar on a Leaf song Mixing colours to paint butterfly Printing circles with tubes and pom poms held in a peg Circular objects (buttons, bottle tops, beads) to create own caterpillar Observational drawings of minibeasts Non-fiction books about butterflies and other minibeasts Program BeeBot to find the food for the caterpillar Minibeast hunt at the bug hotel in the Wildlife Area Minibeasts Summer 1 The Very Hungry Caterpillar Maths: Lifecycle of a butterfly Minibeasts and their habitats
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