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Welcome to EYFS

Our new topic for this half term is:

‘Why Do You Love Me So Much?’

Welcome to our new topic ‘Why Do You Love Me So Much?’

Guess how much I love you… What is special about me? How do we show that we care? In this project, we’ll learn about love, families and how people are the same and different.

First, we’ll pose for photographs and recognise ourselves, our names and our friends from a photograph display. Mirror, mirror on the wall… We’ll look at our reflections and talk about what we can see. In our cosy home corner, we’ll care for dolls and teddies. We’ll enjoy sharing books about love, feelings and families. Outside, we’ll practise following instructions and think about how our brilliant bodies move. We’ll create ‘All about me’ scrapbooks full of lovely writing and photographs. Using our mathematical skills, we’ll measure and compare our hands, feet and heights. We’ll count candles and think about why we celebrate birthdays. Getting creative, we’ll make amazing artwork of people we love.

Discover more about what we will be learning during this topic by reading the knowledge organiser attached at the bottom of this page. This document also includes details on your home learning project.

Resources

EYFS Resource List

Sumdog
Scholastic Book Club
Phonic Play
Oxford Owl
Multiplication
Maths Factor
Change 4 life
My Maths
Kid-Rex
Parent Info
Booktrust
BBC Schools
Family Information Service, Middlesbrough
North East Partner School
IQM Centre of Excellence Award
IQM Inclusive School Award
E-Safety – Progress
E-Safety – Commitment
PE
CEOP
School games silver
RRSA
Early years quality mark
Parent view
Numbers count
Napta
LPPA
Eco schools
Click ceop
British heart foundation
Arts council England
School games gold

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