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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

Healthy Eating and time

We had a visit from Super Racoon on Monday. The children helped order the events that he did during the day in the correct sequence. We have had a very productive week. We have learnt how to count in tens and notice the pattern.

 Can you ask your child to show you?

We have made clock faces and have been learning how to tell the time especially looking at o' clock.

 Can you ask your child to tell you the different times of the day?

 The children have written a healthy  menu. Can you ask your child what foods are healthy?

We have also been learning the importance of both healthy diet and exercise. We have learnt about how to take our pulse and have discussed the effects of exercise on our bodies. We really enjoyed doing a range of different activities against the clock and discussing which activity we could do the quickest.

 

 

 

 

  • Katie 1 year ago
    I was very impressed when Zach counted in 10s all the way to 100. 👏🏼 Thanks!
  • Cheryl 1 year ago
    Harry keeps trying to tell the time and he is doing really well. These blogs are so nice to see.

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