Personal, social and emotional development

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					  Personal, social and emotional                                           Literacy                                                      Maths
                                                       -‘Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’                    -Counting parts of the body
          development                                  -Making books about ”ourselves”                        -Counting birthday candles
-A celebration of achievement                          - “I like books” Anthony Browne.                       -Looking at pairs (gloves, arms, eyes, feet, legs etc..)
-Circle time-somebody who is important and why.        -Information books about the body/growing/changing.    -Drawing round children, ordering them in height
-To think about what our bodies need to be healthy.    -Class poem about favourite things.                    -Measuring toys, body parts with hand-spans, cubes etc.
-Glitter germs.                                        -Bring in something special (favourite toy, photo,     -Comparing items using Big, bigger, biggest. Small, smaller,
-To think about things that make you happy e.g.        something they have made) then discuss.                smallest.
sharing, playing together.                             -Talking about a special event in their lives.         -ICT graph of favourite toys.
-Classroom rules “how can we make the classroom a      -Favourite rhymes and songs.                           -Using 2D shapes to make people
nice place to be”.                                     -Beginning to spot rhyme.                              -Sequencing pictures (dressing, washing etc..)
-Celebrating differences.                              -Funnybones books.                                     -Continuing patterns with potato printing and peg boards.
-Finding out about and naming parts of the body                                                               -Counting rhymes.
-How we use our senses.
-How have you changed? What could you do as a                       All About Me                              -Recognising numerals.
                                                                                                              -1 to 1 counting.
baby? What have you learnt to do? What would you                                                              -Counting rhymes.
like to be able to do in the future?
-Balanced food plate.
                                                                   Autumn term 1.
-Feely boxes using “touch”.
          Science, Humanities                          Physical development                                                  Creative development
-Finding out about and naming parts of the body        -Experiment with different ways of moving              -How does different music make us feel?
-Similarities and differences between themselves and   -Experimenting with their bodies. How fast can you     -Learning and listening to favourite songs and rhymes
their friends                                          run? How high can you jump?                            -Drawing around the body then sticking visual labels on.
-How we use our senses.                                -Developing fine motor skills (dressing/undressing,    -Paper plate with balanced food on.
-Exercise and healthy eating.                          doing up/ undoing buttons and zips etc..)              -Make friendship sign.
-Balanced food plate.                                  -Parachute games with questions to do with likes and   -Print a sign on class rules poster.
-Feely boxes using “touch”.                            dislikes.                                              -Pictures using different materials, linked to touch.
-Trying foods from other countries.                    -Simon says.
                                                       -healthy food plate.

				
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