Nursery Home Learning Page
Well done with all the hard work you are doing keep it up! You can email any pictures of your work to our nursery email page, or email any questions you may have, its lovely to keep in touch I am missing you all! Remember if you are logged onto the learning book send me pictures of what you are up to and I can add these into your learning book journal.
Week beginning: 6th July 2020
Early Years Daily Routine and Activities
Here is a more structured routine while your child is at home. Bear in mind that this is just suggested - the key to success is being flexible and finding a routine that works for you. REMEMBER, play is still the most valuable thing you can do with your child and your child will constantly be learning through play.
This weeks can you explore the maths and letters activities – there are lots to choose from, let me know which ones you enjoy!
Keep on exploring Purple Mash! When you log on, look at the right hand side of the screen.Scroll down the feature menu and click on to the Weekly Activities (3-5). This week the text non-fiction and is all about space (week 15).
We are not setting any 2Do’s as I would like you to choose the activities that you enjoy and challenge your self to try and complete the next level.
Can you watch this episode of numberblocks.
It carries on from last week’s episode looking at number 12 and adding them together.
Keep practicing writing your numbers 0-10 in your home learning book and keep practising with your counting.
This week I have chosen a story called Here Come the Aliens –the author is Colin McNaughton
Listen to the story with your grown up and tell them about your favourite part.
Did you like the story? If you did ask your grown up to find you some more stories by Colin McNaughton.
Can you find out how many planets there are on our solar system?
Can you find their names?
Draw a space alien, think of a special name for it.
How many eyes will he have?
- What colour will he be?
- Draw yourself with the alien.
Draw and lable some alien food for example
gooey,green eye ball cupcakes
Letters – We are still continuing to practice our phase 2 sounds, however we are now going to try to write the sounds. When we learn to write we write in a cursive format – every letter starts on the line with a curl and leaves a flick at the end of the letter – below is an example of how we write the letters:-
Apart from l we have covered practicing writing all our phase 2 sounds, can you now have a go at writing your name, remembering every letter starts on the line and finishes with a flick – try writing them in the air first using your magic finger – don’t forget to give it a wiggle and a blow to make it magic!
Also on Purple Mash there are phonics games to play – finding the initial (starting) sound.
In school we sometimes have a go at ‘Cosmic Yoga’ have a look at the link and choose a workout –
This week’s story is about Zacchaeus the tax collector, who lived in Jericho when Jesus was alive.
Watch the video clip and ask your grown up to explain to you what a tax collector was.
- What do you think he did wrong?
- Why did Jesus forgive him?
- What can we do if we make the wrong choices to show that we are sorry?
- Draw a picture of Zacchaeus hiding in the tree, so he could see Jesus.