Mathematical Development Communities Gym • To recognise, order & write numbers up to • To begin to know about and have a • To move with confidence, 20. developing respect for their own and imagination and in safety. other cultures and beliefs. •To use language such as ‘greater’, ‘smaller’, •To show awareness of space, of ‘heavier’ or ‘lighter’ to compare quantities. •To learn the Rainbow story. themselves and of others. •In practical activities and discussion, begin Games to use the vocabulary involved in adding and Exploring and investigating subtracting. •To move in a variety of ways showing • To ask questions about why things control and coordination. •To use developing mathematical ideas & happen and how things work. methods to solve practical problems. •To use small and large equipment with •To find out about & identify some basic control. •To find one more or one less than any features of living things. number from one to ten. ICT •To use mathematical language to describe Hairy Maclary’s •To learn how to input and edit data in solid and flat objects. rumpus at the vets. a simple graphing program. • To use a mouse effectively and make Designing & making Wren Class appropriate choices. • To learn how to use simple tools Summer 1 Communication, language and literacy & techniques effectively. Music • To enjoy listening to and using spoken Place and written language, and use it in their • To observe, find out about and identify • To build up a repertoire of play and learning. features in the place they live and the songs and dances. •To attempt writing for different natural world. •To recognise repeated sounds purposes, using features of different & sound patterns. forms such as lists, stories & instructions. Personal Social and Emotional Development Art •To use language to imagine and recreate •To explore growing and changing in living roles and experiences. things. • To explore creating new effects and textures using a •To use their phonic knowledge to write •To know that all human beings grow and simple words and make phonetically variety of materials and media. change at different rates. plausible attempts at more complex •To understand what is fair and unfair. •To explore colour mixing. words.
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