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Dinosaur Planet- Autumn 1

Our Learning Journey for Autumn 1 is:

Dinosaur Planet!

Lots of our learning will be inspired by dinosaurs.

We are looking forward to finding out lots about dinosaurs and see how they can help us with our learning in

English, Science, History, D&T and Art.

We will be having lots of discussion and learning about numbers and other aspects of Mathematics.

 

Our Learning Journey for Autumn 1 is:

Dinosaur Planet!

Lots of our learning will be inspired by dinosaurs.

We are looking forward to finding out lots about dinosaurs and see how they can help us with our learning in

English, Science, History, D&T and Art.

We will be having lots of discussion and learning about numbers and other aspects of Mathematics.

 

English: write dinosaur inspired lists, labels and captions; read and listen to many different styles of poetry and re-tell a familiar stories using a logical  sequence of events.

 

Maths: investigate and develop a deeper understanding of numbers to 10; solve one step

problems that involve addition and subtraction and add and subtract one-digit numbers to 10.

 

Computing: program a floor robot to navigate around a dinosaur themed map.

 

Science: classify animals according to what they eat and identify trees as

being either deciduous or evergreen.

 

History: learn about the life of Mary Anning.

 

PE: move with control and awareness of space, develop tactics and begin to understand the term ‘opponent’.

 

Music: use percussion instruments to create a piece of music to play in the Harvest Festival.

 

Art/ D+T: create a clay model of a dinosaur and demonstrate a range of cutting and joining skills to create a dinosaur landscape.

 

RE: be thankful for the Earth and the things it provides including the harvesting of food.

 

 

We will also be :

 

· Using our Super Turtle Learning Powers to become happy

        positive learners.

· Learning new phonemes and graphemes (Phase 5).

· Spelling tricky words and using phonics learning in our spelling.

· Reading: reading aloud, sounding out words we are unsure of, talking about what we have read and checking it makes sense.

· Discussion and sharing of ideas, through clear delivery of whole sentences.

· Handwriting: looking at correct letter formation, size and position on the line.

· Self-help skills: organising belongings within the classroom, making sensible choices and developing strategies for dealing with tricky situations.

· Developing understanding of the 4  Bees and how they help us to behave well with others.

 

 

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