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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Lucky number 7.

We have been learning about the number seven as well as making and finding patterns.

We have been writing the number 7 and finding items in groups of 7.
Can you find 7 sticks whilst you are out for a walk?
We are getting vey good at making our own repeating patterns.
"Look what I've made, green, blue, green, blue...."
Some children have even begun to add repeating patterns into their work, like writing their name using two different colours.
We have been working hard to form and sound our letters correctly.
This week we worked on 'n'.
This week we made corn flake Easter nests in our cooking session. We counted how many eggs we put on the top.
We had to do a lot of stirring!
What's your favourite thing to do at Easter?

 

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