OUR PPG WOW MOMENTS!
Our PPG pupils enjoyed labelling different plants and animals as part of science week.
Whitelow 2 PPG pupils enjoyed counting caterpillars as part of their noisy numbers session.
C was given 6 pictures that matched the 6 pictures on the dice. C watched as the dice was rolled, and a sentence was modelled verbally and with symbols – for example “The rocket is white and red”, and symbols ‘rocket’, ‘white’ and ‘red’ were ordered. C then spontaneously and independently began to label the colours he could see on each picture, independently spelling most colour names correctly from memory and forming most letters correctly. C also used his phonics knowledge to make attempts to spell some colour names correctly – for example. C wrote ‘whyt’ when labelling the white part of the dinosaur. On some occasions, C verbally requested the colour symbols to copy the spelling when he was unsure – he did this for ‘yellow’, ‘black’ and ‘grey’.
C then continued to label other features of some pictures with verbal prompt “I see…”. C verbally answered ‘fire engine’, ‘dog’ and ‘hat’, and wrote these on request, spelling ‘dog’ independently from memory, and copying ‘fire engine’ and ‘hat’ from a model.