Moss Park Infant School

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Spring 2

Congratulations to this weeks super learners!

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COMIC RELIEF 

Great maths, beginning to understand that you can separate a number in different ways but the total is still the same!

We made an amazing friendship web, we all held tight so that we were all joined together.

Team Nursery!!

Take a look at all the exciting activities we had over the week, mystery readers, fancy dress, a poet to read poems and so much more.
Wonderful celebration assembly to finish off another busy, exciting week!
Congratulations to our reader and story teller of the week!
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World Book Day!

We all looked wonderful dressed as our favourite book characters!

Don’t put the bottle in the sea, put the sea in the bottle!

We really enjoyed putting fish, shells and glitter in our bottles to make an ocean in a bottle

Our story for

Moss Park Infants Book Week

Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers

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Congratulations and well done to our two Susie Super Learners!

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Look at some of our amazing mini beast hats!

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Our ‘Talk for Writing’ book is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. We have used the book to do some great learning.

We used our maths skills to thread the correct amount of fruit in the correct order following the days of the week from the book.

  • We loved the caterpillar play dough mats and our new malleable resources.
  • We made the most of the lovely sunshine and took our story basket outside, we hunted for all the story props and then re told the story on the outdoor whiteboard.
  • We have had fun trying to do the large floor caterpillar jigsaw too, even some of the mums got involved!

Congratulations to our super learners!

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Well we have slithered, wriggled, hopped, jumped, buzzed and leapt into our mini beast topic. Our topic started with an unexpected visit from ‘Simon the spider’ Mrs Barber was very brave and managed to get him into a magnifying box so we could all have a close look at him.  Did you know spiders eat wasps and bees? Our next encounter was to look for mini beasts in their natural habitat. We found some HUGE WORMS and earwigs.

Can not wait to start our next exciting topic about 'Mini Beasts' What mini beasts do you know about? What information can you find out about your favourite mini beast?

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School Awards

 
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