Welcome to the R Shakespeare pictures page which will be updated each week, at the bottom of our page you can find some pictures of our classroom and our displays!
What was your favourite part of our trip? Who was Henri Rousseau? What is the most popular smartie colour?
How many repeating patterns can you make? What wild animal would make a good pet and why?
What is Easter all about? Why is the cross so important
What is alliteration? What time can you read on a clock?
Red Nose Day madness!
What will our chicks look like when they grow up? Can you change the ending of a story?
Who is Henri Matisse? What is your usual daily routine?
Why do we celebrate pancake day? Can you compare and label different groups with more and fewer?
How many 'people who help us' can you name? Can you list all the features of a 3D shape?
How can you be helpful? What different materials could be used to create a house? Can you investigate doubles with objects?
What can you write in Chinese? Which sauce was your favourite?
How do Chinese people celebrate the new year?
Can you make a dancing dragon? What would you wish for in
your red envelope?
We're Going on Bear Hunt
What is your favourite part of the story? Can you share food equally between your friends?
Can you sort objects by height order? What would you write in
a letter to the three bears?
What number can you count to? Can you describe what happens
in each of the four seasons?
What can you make with handprints? Can you make your own
What was your favourite part of the Angel Express? Can you turn a 2D shape into a 3D one? Can you create your own story?
How many different numbers can you make? Can you make your own Nativity scene?
Can you draw an observational picture of a food or create your own weird but wonderful creature to write about?
Can you make something weird but wonderful as part of our new topic?What weird but wonderful sandwich filling could you have?
We love books and have been looking at lots of them as part of book week. What is your favourite book and why?
We have started our new Funnybones topic, can you make your own skeleton at home?
We have been looking at lots of new letters and numbers this week; how many can you remember?
It is autumn now, have a look around you and see what signs of autumn you can find!
It's all about shapes this week, how many can you find around you?
We have been moving like animals and making our own homemade ice cream this week!
Our first week in reception!