We have been in and out of the kitchen all week making Christmas gifts for people we love, I won’t spoil all of the surprise by explaining everything but each gift that the children have made, they have made all by themselves and what a fantastic job they have done too! Merry Christmas 🎄
I recently came across this fantastic list of 100 books to read in ks1, there are a number of fantastic books to share as a class or at home and I have subsequently ordered a few to keep in the book corner.
I thought you may find the list useful if you are looking for new book ideas. I highly recommend ‘The Bear and the Piano’ … it’s simply lovely! A personal favourite of mine is also ‘The Day The Crayons Quit’, we love putting on silly voices/accents for each different crayon and think anyone would love it!
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Here is a copy of our class timetable for you to view, it is subject to change with all the exciting things we get up to and we plan as much in the moment as much as possible meaning that we can often follow the children’s interests in order to engage them as best we can in their learning.