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Do cows drink milk?

Do cows drink milk? What are baby pigs called? Explore these questions and more in this project about life on the farm and the animals that live there.

Curriculum Coverage

The table below shows the learning opportunities from across the curriculum that will be taught within the topic.

Areas of learning

Early Learning Goals

Communication and language

Listening and attention; understanding; speaking

Physical development

Moving and handling; health and self-care

Personal, social and emotional development

Self-confidence and self-awareness; managing feelings and behaviours; making relationships

Literacy

Reading; writing

Mathematics

Numbers; shape, space and measures

Understanding the world

The world; technology

Expressive arts and design

Exploring and using media and materials; being imaginative

 

Topic vocab

The table below shows the key vocabulary that we will be using throughout the topic. Children need to understand the meaning and be able to use them in their play.

 

Vocabulary

Words we might know

Words we need to understand for the topic

New words we will hear

Farm

Animals

Food

Tractor

Farmer

Fruit

Vegetables

Meat

Milk

Cheese

 

 

Healthy eating

Seeds growing

Scarecrow

Crops

Dairy

Foal

Calf

Piglet

Lamb

Chick

Kid

Duckling

Shoots

Roots

Stalks

 

 

 

 

Pulses

Grains

Herd

Produce

Compost

Plough

Sty

Stable

 

 

 

 

 

Are carrots orange?

What do you like to eat? Are you happy to try something new? Explore these questions and more in this project about eating well and being healthy.

 

Curriculum Coverage

The table below shows the learning opportunities from across the curriculum that will be taught within the topic.

 

 

Areas of learning

Early Learning Goals

Communication and language

Listening and attention; understanding; speaking

Physical development

Moving and handling; health and self-care

Personal, social and emotional development

Self-confidence and self-awareness; managing feelings and behaviours; making relationships

Literacy

Reading; writing

Mathematics

Numbers; shape, space and measures

Understanding the world

People and communities; the world

Expressive arts and design

Exploring and using media and materials; being imaginative

 

 

 

 

Topic vocab

The table below shows the key vocabulary that we will be using throughout the topic. Children need to understand the meaning and be able to use them in their play.

 

Vocabulary

Words we might know

Words we need to understand for the topic

New words we will hear

Food

Cook

Breakfast

Dinner

Tea

Salad

 

 

Recipe

Healthy

Exercise

Fruit

Vegetables

Digging

Watering

Weeding

Cereal

Ingredients

Measure

Mix

Chop

stir

 

 

Processed food

 

 

Our new topic is called ' Will you tell me a story?"

- It is based on Traditional Tales. We will be looking at a selection of traditional stories that may be very familiar.

Do you want to be friends?

Do you want to be friends? Would you like to play with me? Explore these questions and more in this project about friendship, being kind and working together.

 

Curriculum Coverage

The table below shows the learning opportunities from across the curriculum that will be taught within the topic.

 

 

Areas of learning

Early Learning Goals

Communication and language

Listening and attention; understanding; speaking

Physical development

Moving and handling; health and self-care

Personal, social and emotional development

Self-confidence and self-awareness; managing feelings and behaviours; making relationships

Literacy

Reading; writing

Mathematics

Numbers; shape, space and measures

Understanding the world

People and communities; the world; technology

Expressive arts and design

Exploring and using media and materials; being imaginative

 

 

 

 

 

Topic vocab

The table below shows the key vocabulary that we will be using throughout the topic. Children need to understand the meaning and be able to use them in their play.

 

Vocabulary

Words we might know

Words we need to understand for the topic

New words we will hear

happy

sad,

kind

 

 

safe,

scared,

excited,

kind,

worried,

helpful,

friend,

proud,

cooperation,

working together,

sharing,

team work,

similarities and differences,

turn taking

Mrs Taylor-Stott

Ms Liddle

Miss Myerscoft

Mrs McCandless

Mrs Williams

Office

School Hall

ICT Suite

Nursery

Out of School Club

Busy Time

Canopy

Mrs Allford

Mrs Dawson

Miss Wood

Mrs Campbell

Mrs Anderson

Mr Woodall

Mr Massey

Mrs Kennedy

 

 

  • Ravensfield Primary School
  • Clarendon Street, Dukinfield, Cheshire, SK16 4JG
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