The Early Years Cubs entrance will be closed from 9am till 3.30pm. Throughout the day you can use the Main Primary school entrance instead. Attendance registers need to be completed by 8.50 am. If your child comes later than that please can you sign them in at Main Primary School entrance. Many thanks.
- This week is Maths Week here at BISS. Early Years will hold their own Maths Hat Parade on Friday 26 February. Please remember to make a maths hat at home with the children and bring it in on Friday for the children to wear! As well as the many exciting maths activities taking place around the school and in classrooms, we will also be raising money to support the Qing Pu Xiulong Migrant School with their maths teaching. Please remember to bring in your one Yuan coins to see if we can fill some big numbers. Look out for a message from Room Parents to remind you of Maths Week activities too.
- We will be contininung our study of technology in a dedicated area of the classroom, so any children who would like to all bring in a toy that has knobs, pullies, batteries etc that they can ne taken apart and explored are welcome to bring them in. This could be a toy laptop, remote control car etc.
This week is Maths Week at BISS Puxi and the Nursery Cubs are in for a week of Maths exploration. We will be looking at numbers for counting, numbers and their quantities, shapes in the environment, length and capacity! The children will use their maths skills to estimate how many teddys are in a jar, pencils in a cup and much more.
As a whole school event, children and parents are invited to work together to create a math themed hat for the children to bring to school on Friday. After swimming, the Early Years Cubs will celebrate together with a hat parade.
With a big focus of Maths this week, the children will be exploring many different types of math. Building on their current understanding of numbers and values, the children will explore other things that can be counted. The children will be invited to search for numbers in their environment and count things in our outdoor environment, such as leaves, twigs, toys, trees and much more. Using our previous learning about less and more, the children will be invited to explore the math games area ourside the Reception classes and guess what number has more coins and what one has less. The will be invited to estimate how many items are in different sized containers and use their new writing skills to write their guess down.
Key Vocabulary: How much? How many? Long, short, small, big, pur, fill, empty, full, shapes and numbers.
UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD
A huge part of our week will focus on collecting, classifying and counting things from our enviorment, such as leaves and twigs. The children will be encouraged to explore the outdoor area and collect items of interest. The will be ask to organise their findings, for emaple, all leaves in one pile and twigs in another. They will be ask to count their findings. How many leaves? How many twigs? And they will be ask to discuss what they collected. What do we have more of? What do we have less of?
Key Vocabulary: What? Where? Search and find. How much? How many? Less and more.
Naar aanleiding van de Vlaamse kinderboekenweek gaan we deze week van start met een nieuw thema :`Weg van de stad`. We beginnen vanuit onze eigen omgeving en beschrijven onze woning.
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We will be talking about shapes this week.
Sleeping Shape Princess 沉睡的形状公主（chen shui de xing zhuang gong zhu）
Shape Song 形状歌 (xing zhuang ge )
Matching / Finding Shapes Game
Making Shapes (wood stick /pipe cleaner)
Key Vocabulary: circle 圆形 (yuan xing), square 正方形 (zheng fang xing), triangle 三角形 (san jiao xing) , rectangle 长方形 (chang fang xing); oval 椭圆形 (tuo yuan xing)