Nursery Home Learning
Weeks Commencing 25.05.20 and 01.06.20
Hello everybody! We have come to the end of our New Life topic and it is now our 2 week half term holiday. We hope you are all happy, healthy and safe and we would like you to know that we miss you all lots and hope to see you again soon!
Here are some links to some great websites and apps that will help to keep you busy over the next two weeks:
Week Commencing 18.05.20
Hello Nursery! Here are this weeks home learning challenges. We hope you are well and keeping busy. Don't forget to send us your photos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are this weeks links to your learning activities:
Song of the week:
Week commencing 11.05.20
Hi everybody. Hope everyone is well :) Here are this weeks home learning activities.
Here are the links and examples to this weeks activities.
A message from us all...
Week commencing 27.4.20
Hello everybody! We hope you are all well! Here is the home learning for this week. A big thank you to all the children who have been in touch. We love to see what you have been up to :)
Links to this weeks learning:
Fine motor fun
Activity 2: Cardboard Threading
For this activity you can use some cardboard (ask a grown up to make some holes in your cardboard, this can form a pattern, shape or anything you like) and either a shoe lace, string, thread or yarn
Before you begin you might need to ask a grown up to tie a knot on one end of your string. Using your busy fingers thread your string through each hole very carefully. It might be quite tricky at first but when you keep practicing you will become a master threader.
Challenge: Can you use different colours of string, shoe lace or thread to make a rainbow pattern?
All the Nursery teachers would love to see some photos of your finger gym masterpieces, don't forget to keep in touch.
We hope you have all had a lovely Easter with your families! Here are this weeks Home Learning Activities:
Week commencing 13.4.20
Happy Easter everybody! We hope you have a lovely Easter break. We have some fun Easter activities to keep you busy at home. Don't forget to keep in touch via our parent email address. We love to hear what you have been up to and see photographs of the exciting things you have been doing at home!
- Decorate some hard-boiled eggs, to make them bright and colourful. You could use pens or paint and add some extra decorations, such as stickers, feathers, pom-poms or googly eyes.
- Can you draw an Easter Egg? Can you decorate it with lots of different patterns and colours?
Egg and spoon race. All of the family have to get involved for this one. You could even use the decorated eggs you made earlier. An egg and spoon race is a great bit of fun that will get all the family outside and moving (please remember to stay safe).Make sure nobody is cheating though... you could also do a wheelbarrow race if you're really enjoying yourself.
- Egg starts with the letter 'e'. Can you think of anything else that starts with the letter 'e'? Can you draw pictures of things that begin with 'e'?
- Do the bunny hop- this is a great activity to burn some energy and stretch your limbs. Form a line, crank up the music, and get hopping! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_MYrvoo0qY&vl=en
- Find all the hidden eggs in this online Easter egg hunt. https://www.abcya.com/games/easter_egg_hunt
Check out this week's phonics challenge here.
Links to this weeks learning:
Mr Callaghan's Challenge: Fred's Fridge
Hi Nursery, can you find out what's in Fred's fridge? Email in on the link below to let me know!
Email Mr Callaghan at: email@example.com