FS2 - Emerald

Dear parents, carers and children,

 

We are coming to the end of our Reception adventure together. 

I am so proud of all that you have achieved. I hope that you have had as much fun as I have and have made many memories along the way.

Below I have attached the poem that was in your bucket full of memories gift. Enjoy reading!

 

 

Miss Horton and the EYFS Team smiley

A Bucket Full of Memories

Best Day EVER!

Ready steady go!!

Sport's Day 2021

Walking the plank!

Weekly House Tokens

 

Red House  - 16 tokens

 

Blue House - 14 tokens

 

Yellow House - 16 tokens

 

Green House - 20 tokens

 

The Great Outdoors

Al Fresco Dining

Fun in the sun!

Tents

We can be heroes!

Wonderful Woodpecker

Today we had a special visitor to our playground. As we were reading a story we heard a tapping noise and we went outside very quietly to explore.

After standing still for a little while and listening very carefully we found a Great Spotted Woodpecker on the tree. 

Miss Horton got a very blurry picture of it and we are now planning things we can do to welcome him back to our playground. 

Hint, it's right at the top on the right hand side.

The Importance of Play

‘Play underpins the EYFS. It also underpins learning and all aspects of children's development. Through play, children develop language skills, their emotions and creativity, social and intellectual skills. For most children their play is natural and spontaneous although some children may need extra help from adults.’

Early Years Matters

 

Play is a crucial part of children’s development. They can learn so much through quality play. It may seem like they are ‘only playing’ but to them they are making sense of the world around them and learning and developing new skills. Therefore, it is important that they have a number of opportunities throughout their day to engage in play.

 

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