Welcome to the morning nursery home learning page!
Below are a range of ways you can assist your child's learning at home. Please feel free to choose what suits you best.
Please have a look at the photographs of the amazing home learning on our nursery page, by clicking the link below!
In class we have been finding out about dinosaurs, this would have moved on to thinking about Easter. There are lots of dinosaur and Easter resources on 'Twinkl', just create an account and use the code 'UKTWINKLHELPS' for free access to all the resources.
Please also remember to keep the phonics ticking over too. Nursery are working at phase 1 and 2, 'Phonics play' is great for this and although it usually does cost to subscribe at the minute it is free: Username: march20 Password: home
Purple Mash - I am hoping I have rectified the technical problem accessing your emails, please feel free to send me another! Thank you to those who have completed the '2do's'. There are some beautiful pictures; please keep sending them in!
Our Play dough Recipe (cooked)
3 cups of flour,
1 1/2 cups of salt,
3 cups of water,
6 tsp of cream of tartar,
3 tbsp of oil,
Put it all in a pan and stir until it is formed
If you don't have a printer: Once the document is open you can click on the top right button (picture of a pen) to add writing to the document. Or use some of the ideas to write down on paper for your child. Additionally, there are some YouTube phonics clips to watch.
Below is a link to a website we often use in nursery. There are some fantastic interactive games your children will enjoy!
Please read as often as possible. Read anything! If you have access to the internet google free eBooks e.g. oxford owl
Play board games eg 'frustration', 'snakes and ladders' - brilliant for counting on and number recognition.
All the children have been sent home with a plain book. Please use it to draw pictures/ write about anything that interests you.
Youtube is a fab resource for learning new letters - google 'Geraldine giraffe', 'Mr Thorne does phonics' or 'Jack Harman songs'. There are also some wonderful songs to encourage counting learning shape names and maths language.
Now is the perfect opportunity to do all the activities we usually don't have time for at home like baking, painting, junk modelling, dancing [gonoodle is good for this],