Willow Class 2014 Half Term Plan Autumn 1 Week beginning



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Willow Class 2014 Half Term Plan – Autumn 1

Week beginning:




Week 1

1/9/14


Week 2

8/9/14


Week 3

15/9/14


Week 4

22/9/14


Week 5

29/9/14


Week 6

6/10/14


Week 7

13/10/14


Week 8

20/10/14


Events:


visits

First mornings

Assessments
Curriculum meeting

Roald Dahl week

Friday – Macmillan coffee morning






Book Week

Stories from Africa

Parent Consultations





African Arts Week

Harvest Festival and Welly walk


Personal, Social and Emotional Devt




Separating from carers

Meet key workers



Separating from carers

Separating from carers

New routines

Carpet manners


Expected behaviour

Expected behaviour

Expected behaviour

Our feelings – happy/sad
Celebrating differences

Thinking of others less fortunate than ourselves

Communication

and Language





Attention and listening

Attention and listening

Attention and listening

Sounds all around

Talking about environmental sounds and animal sounds



Musical sounds

Loud/quiet

Fast/slow


Noisy Neighbour

Same/different

Talking about African arts and stories

Literacy/Texts




Goldilocks and the Three Bears
The Tiger who came to tea
Ten in the bed

Six Dinner Sid
Each Peach Pear Plum


Peace at last
Cock-a-moo-moo
Little Rabbit Foo foo (PSED)

Jack’s mouse
The Leaf Man
Mr Wolf’s week

We all went on safari

Counting chickens



Elmer

Handa’s Surprise
Storytelling –

The Awongalema Tree



Maths





Getting to know areas, selecting resources

Getting to know areas, selecting resources

Counting

Counting
Language of time – today, yesterday, tomorrow etc.

Counting

Ordinal numbers – 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Language of time


Reading numerals

Comparing two sets

Understanding of the World






Classroom environment

Using areas, selecting resources



Classroom environment

Using areas, selecting resources



Making Willy Wonka cookies
Sound walks

Farms/Harvest time
Signs of Autumn
Autumn walks

Harvest/Autumn
Other places in the world - Africa

Similarities/differences
Animals that hibernate

Fruits from around the world

Physical

development





Hands/hand washing


Hands/hand washing
Outdoor climbing frames – gross motor

Scissor skills

Scissor skills

Throwing and catching

Kicking a ball

Balancing beanbags on our heads

Expressive Arts and Design






Getting to know areas, selecting resources

Getting to know areas, selecting resources

Mark-making
colours

Learning about musical instruments

Making musical instruments
Tapping rhythms (claves)

Mark-making: happy/sad faces


Mark-making:

painting baskets of fruit


African cave paintings (petroglyphs)

Songs, poems, rhymes






Tommy Thumb
Open, shut them

5 little monkeys bouncing on the bed

I hear thunder

I went to visit a farm one day ...

Farmer’s Apple Tree


Days of the week song
Driving my tractor

Autumn poems

Hedgehog songs

Where is the rain?

Lions roar






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