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A message to Nursery children who are coming to Langley Primary Reception in September: 
 

Please go to Parents information-Reception starters-for more information and photos of the teachers and classroom. Many Thanks, look forward to hearing from you soon. Reception Teachers 

Some extra reading for over the Summer holidays!

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Click on the stars below to find this week's work! 

We hope you enjoy some ladybird inspired arts and crafts this week. It would be lovely to see some of your creations!

Inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar story this week. Here are some fun mini-beast activities to try at home. We hope you have fun!

Some 'Owl Babies' inspired craft ideas for you to try at home. Hope you have fun!

We hope you have had a lovely Easter. Here are some fun number recognition and counting activities. We would love to see how you get on!

It's Easter week!

There are lots of things you could be doing this week.:

1. Make someone an Easter card - there are lots of ideas online.

2. Go on an Easter egg hunt in your garden or around your house.

3. Decorate an Easter egg outline with as many patterns as you can.

4. Read a story.

5. Counting Easter chicks or Easter eggs.

6. Watch Cbeebies Easter celebrations - link below.

We hope you enjoy trying some of these fine motor activities. They will make your child's fingers stronger! Please let us know how you get on.

Some fun ideas to try at home. It would be lovely to see how the children get on! We hope you have lots of fun exploring 2d shapes.!

It's Wednesday so it's Tumble Tots day in Nursery!

Tumble Tots: Action Song Favourites

Here are some useful links with ideas of practical activities you can use or adapt to support your child's learning at home.

Children also have copies of their name cards to practice regularly. A handwriting formation pack and phonic activities will be sent out shortly to each child.

Useful websites also include cbeebies/alphablocks/numberblocks.

Daily reading sessions are also important. Share favourite stories together, encouraging the children to join in with familiar phrases and spotting phonemes they recognise. 

 

 

Brain Breaks | Crossover | Brain Breaks Song | Cross the Mid-line | Jack Hartmann

Crossover is a fun BRAIN BREAKS song that is all about cross lateral movements which are movements that cross the mid-line of the brain.The mid-line is an im...

The children love playing with play dough! As well as being lots of fun it helps to develop childrens finger strength to aid writing.

Play dough Recipe

 

1cup of flour

1cup of water

1/2 cup of salt

1 tablespoon oil

1 tablespoon Cream of Tartar (available in Aldi)

A few drops of food colouring.

 

1. Mix all of the ingredients together in a saucepan.

2. Put on a medium heat and stir until the dough comes together ( it will look really gooey for a while!)

3. Allow to cool, the knead together and add more flour if it is still sticky.

4. Store in an airtight container in the fridge.

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