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Learning, labelling, lists and Laughter

We have been using lists and labels in Year One and have found these to be very helpful indeed.

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Labels help us describe and explain things and sometimes we use arrows or lines to attach

the labels to the picture which they go with.

In Year One Starfish...

We were labelling our heads, shoulders knees and toes, knees and toes. And pens and glue sticks and scissors and bows. Heads, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.


In Year One Sharks...

We have created labels for ourselves using word banks to help us. We have described how we think others see us. Later in the week we used our knowledge and understanding of labels when we went on a 'label treasure hunt' Exploring our campus we found how labels in school really help us, we also thought about places that don't have labels and will give our list to Mrs Parker-McMahon and also the marketing team.

Year One Dolphins...

We made outlines of our bodies and then placed our labels in the appropriate places, we also used arrows to show exactly what we were labelling.


In Year One Whales

We drew around our bodies and worked independently to label the body parts!

What a wonderful week of learning, labelling, lists and laughter in Year One.


The Year One Team