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Reception learn about patterns

Over the past two weeks Reception have focused on creating and identifying patterns

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Children looked for patterns all around them, going outside on a pattern hunt and looking for objects in their house to create their own patterns. They got creative and made patterns with toys, leaves, food and paint!

The teachers sent home an extra challenge and asked for our Reception friends to create number patterns which they completed really well!

We finished the week off by having fun with patterns, including patterns in our Easter bonnets and Easter eggs. We have decided patterns really are everywhere and they are so much fun to learn! 


Samantha McKinley

Reception Learning Leader