EY1's 6 Ways to be Smart

The children in EY1 have produced some super homework this term. Take a look... 

 

Nature art inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. 

 

 Lots of circles. 

Lots of circles. 

 A repeating pattern with stones and shells. 

A repeating pattern with stones and shells. 

 A star and a square made out of twigs. 

A star and a square made out of twigs. 

  Symmetrical artwork.

 Symmetrical artwork.

 Art made in the garden and then photographed.

Art made in the garden and then photographed.

 Flowers used in art. 

Flowers used in art. 

 Making our initials!

Making our initials!

 Using bright art materials to make this flower. 

Using bright art materials to make this flower. 

 A symmetrical pattern using twigs and leaves. 

A symmetrical pattern using twigs and leaves. 

 A Star Wars themed piece of nature art. 

A Star Wars themed piece of nature art. 

 A board filled with natural objects to make a garden picture. 

A board filled with natural objects to make a garden picture. 

Other children made a fact file about farm animals. 

 

 A piece of writing about sheep and lambs. 

A piece of writing about sheep and lambs. 

  Adorable sheepdogs! 

 Adorable sheepdogs! 

 Animals and their babies matched in pairs.

Animals and their babies matched in pairs.

 More sheepdogs! 

More sheepdogs! 

 Information about lots of farm animals. 

Information about lots of farm animals. 

There were other ways to be smart too... 

 

 Played shops at home with her daddy and also did some super adding up and coin rubbings.  

Played shops at home with her daddy and also did some super adding up and coin rubbings.  

 We need to follow these brilliant rules for the new Early Years building. 

We need to follow these brilliant rules for the new Early Years building. 

And finally, we had some very active children showing us their obstacle courses.