Children will learn the names of various different dinosaurs and learn what they ate and how they lived. What is a fossil and where might we find one? Explore the role of a palaeontologist. Discuss the importance of looking after our world and caring for the environment. What does the term ‘extinct’ mean? How can we help endangered species?
WOW! Reception worked very hard on their homework. Well done everyone who brought in their work. The children had a walk around our dinosaur museum and children talked about their homework to their friends.
Where the Wild Things Are
In English we looked at the story 'Where The Wild Things Are'. The children then recreated the 'wild rumpus' some children were wild things, one child was Max and the other children played the music.
Wild rumpus 2
This week we completed circuits. Everyone had a turn of different equipment. Here is a video of some children demonstrating what we do.
3D Shape hunt
Dinosaurs with Mr Derbyshire
Mr Derbyshire brought in his dinosaur poo fossils and some other dinosaur artifacts for us to explore and investigate. He then taught us a song about dinosaurs.
Dinosaur poo fossils
10 little dinosaurs
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