Fleetwood Town

Little Chicks this term will have a weekly session with Fleetwood Town this week their coach was Kirean. He introduced a game called What time is it Mr Wolf. Little Chicks had to kick the ball the number the wolf stated, trying to get to other side of the cones before he said dinner…

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Physical development follow instruction listening

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Staying cool in the sun

Today we have been finding ways to keep cool and stay safe in the sun. Our paddling pools have been a hit with the children! 

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Physical development

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Fleetwood Town

Little Chicks this term will have a weekly session with Fleetwood Town this week their coach was Kirean. He introduced a game called cars.

Little Chicks began with the aeroplane position using their foot to keep the ball still in stationary position. Then Kirean introduced the penguin move…

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Physical development Active learning follow instruction listening

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Fleetwood Town PE

Little Chicks this term will have a weekly session with Fleetwood Town this week their coach was Kirean. He introduced a game called Jungle.

Kirean used cones to represent animals of the jungle.

Trees (white cone)

Lions (red cone)

Tigers (orange cone)

Snakes…

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Speaking and Listening Physical development follow instruction

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Dot-to-Dots

This week we are ordering numbers, so for a mark making activity the children are completing dot-to-dots. The activity is aiding the children with number order and numeral recognition as well as their mark making skills. 

I was very impressed with some of the colouring as well!

Some children…

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Physical development number

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Healthy Living Week

We have learnt lots this week about how to look after our bodies and minds and how to keep healthy - healthy eating, exercising, keeping clean, staying safe in the home, sun safety and dental hygiene.

The children have loved preparing and creating their own fresh fruit kebabs for snack time.…

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Physical development Healthy eating

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Making fruit kebabs

As part of our Healthy Living Week the children have been making and eating mixed fruit kebabs. Can you tell what fruits they used? Yum, yum!

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Physical development Healthy eating

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Egg and Spoon Races

As part of our easter fun and outdoor learning the children enjoyed taking part in egg and spoon races. They showed great control and coordination.

  

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Physical development Easter

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Outdoors playground

Little Chicks have been going from strength to strength with their gross motor coordination they have shown agiltiy and skill using the apparatus. The consistent repetition using the equipment is supporting their learning.

 

 

Post pictures of Little Chicks at the park developing…

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Physical development Active learning

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New Physical Development Area

Our new physical development play area was opened last week by Mr Cadwallader. The children were very excited and have loved exploring it so far this week.

Look at the gallery here...

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Physical development

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Grand opening of our new playground

Today was an exciting day for EYFS with the unveiling of our new playground. Mr Lee Cadwallader, our P.E governor, came along to cut the ribbon and officially open the area. 

The children will not only use this area for play, turn taking and enjoying with their friends, but will greatly promote…

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Physical development

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Opening of the new playground.

The children were so excited for the opening of the new playground. We were delighted to have the ribbon cut and official opened by Lee Cadwallader Lancashire School games Organiser.

The Children were able to take turns on the playground using their skills to negotiate the equipment and will…

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active lifestyles Physical development social

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