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Messy Fingers

During this session we can choose from lots of activities that help to develop and strengthen our fingers and fine motor skills. This will help us to use tools such as pencils, pens and scissors more effectively.

We are so lucky to have been made a wonderful fabric busy blanket by a lovely lady called Jeni. Thank you Jeni, we love it!

We are so lucky to have been made a wonderful fabric busy blanket by a lovely lady called Jeni. Thank you Jeni, we love it! 1
We are so lucky to have been made a wonderful fabric busy blanket by a lovely lady called Jeni. Thank you Jeni, we love it! 2
We are so lucky to have been made a wonderful fabric busy blanket by a lovely lady called Jeni. Thank you Jeni, we love it! 3

Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it!

Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to  help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it! 1
Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to  help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it! 2
Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to  help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it! 3
Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to  help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it! 4
Mr Czornookyj very kindly made a wonderful busy board to  help develop our fine motor skills during Messy Fingers. Thank you, we love it! 5
Picture 1 Using cotton buds to paint dots
Picture 2
Picture 3 Squeezing air pockets.
Picture 4 Popping bubble wrap
Picture 5 Threading on letters
Picture 6
Picture 7 Pegging
Picture 1 Using tweezers to pick up pom poms
Picture 2 Drawing with pens and whiteboards
Picture 3 Picking up puzzle pieces
Picture 4 Using spoons to pick up marbles
Picture 5 Doing up buttons
Picture 6 Weaving
Picture 7 Threading beads
Picture 8 Playing with putty
Picture 9 Bingo dabber pictures
Picture 10 Drawing lines with rulers

PE

This term the children are learning to dance and play Tag Rugby.

During our first term in reception the most important skills for us to learn are being able to dress and undress independently, staying safe and listen to instructions. The children are already off to a great start.

 

Please encourage your child to dress themselves indepently at home. Show them how to undo buttons, pull off jumpers and put on their shoes.

Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics

Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics 1
Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics 2
Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics 3
Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics 4
Autumn Term 2 - Week 1 Gymnastics 5

Week 2 Tag Rugby

Week 2 Tag Rugby 1
Week 2 Tag Rugby 2
Week 2 Tag Rugby 3
Week 2 Tag Rugby 4
Week 2 Tag Rugby 5
Week 2 Tag Rugby 6

Week 6 - Throwing and catching

Week 6 - Throwing and catching  1 Listening carefully to instructions
Week 6 - Throwing and catching  2 Warming up our bodies exploring the jungle.
Week 6 - Throwing and catching  3 Working together
Week 6 - Throwing and catching  4 Protecting our bean bags and holding them still.
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