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Personal, Social and Emotional Development Keeping safe on Bonfire Night. What should we wear? Using sparklers, staying away from the bonfire, staying close to grown ups. Circle times – what would you pack to take to space with you? Would you want to fly into space?

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Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Keeping safe on Bonfire Night. What should we wear? Using sparklers, staying away from the bonfire, staying close to grown ups.
  • Circle times – what would you pack to take to space with you? Would you want to fly into space?
  • Being independent – choosing jobs for the jobs board. Finding resources and tidying them away.
  • Who cares for us in school? Who helps us?
  • SEAL unit – Getting on and Falling out.
  • Celebrations – Christmas, Diwali – festivals of light. How do people celebrate Christmas? (RE unit)
  • Communication, Language and Literacy
  • Letters and sounds – phase 2 – learning tricky words, I no, go to, the. Learning remaining letter sounds and blending sounds together to form words. Begin phase 3 – j, v, w, x,z,y,qu, sh, ng, ch, th.
  • Whatever next story – role play.
  • Fireworks sounds – whizz, zoom, pop, bang, crackle, etc...
  • Writing class firework poem.
  • Rhyming words.
  • Role play area – rocket and moon.
  • Non-fiction books about the moon, space, planets.
  • Creating class fact book.
  • Writing list – what would you take into space?
  • Writing words and sentences using known letter sounds.
  • Space stories – man on the moon, aliens love underpants.
  • Nativity story.
  • Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy
  • Counting backwards – launching rockets..
  • Space races – ordinal numbers 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc.
  • Counting out accurate sets. Using stars.
  • Introduce adding – combining of sets. Working out totals.
  • Shapes – 2D and 3D making rockets. Describing shapes used. Naming some 3D shapes.
  • Time – day/night. Days of the week.
  • Measuring rockets. Ordering heights. Using mathematical language – high, low, taller, shorter, heavier, lighter.
  • Singing number songs – 5 little men in a flying saucer.
  • Measuring Christmas presents – length and weight. Putting them in order.
  • Dice games.

To infinity and beyond! 

  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World
  • The story of Guy Fawkes. Why do we celebrate Bonfire Night? Learn the rhyme: Remember, Remember...
  • What do we already know about the moon? Who was the first person on the moon? How long does it take to get there?
  • What do we know about Space? How do people travel into space? Rocket launches – video.
  • Living in space – eating, drinking, sleeping. Life as an astronaut. Watching videos on the internet. (ICT)
  • Light and Dark – Night and Day. What are the differences?
  • Shadows. Creating a light show. How can we change light? (Interest table)
  • Celebrating Christmas – The First Christmas.
  • Creative Development
  • Blow painting – firework pictures. Add glitter.
  • Making own galaxies from outer space.
  • Building rockets (junk modelling)
  • Instrument sounds – fireworks.
  • Paper mache planets.
  • Use of texture – creating giant moon.
  • Making own galaxies in outer space – spiders webs – outdoor activity.
  • Singing songs related to space – adding instrument sounds.
  • Design own aliens from outer space!
  • Christmas crafts – cards etc.
  • Physical Development
  • Acting like fireworks outside – sounds and actions.
  • Begin every morning handwriting practice. – Following and tracing patterns.
  • Pencil control and grip.
  • Dance unit – Space dance – rockets, landing on the moon, walking on the moon.
  • Fine motor activities – threading, pegs, cutting and sticking etc.
  • Bikes and trikes outside. Skipping, ball games and stilts.