Home Learning 10.3.23
I hope you had lots of fun learning at home yesterday.
We are off to the Dentist again today. What can your child remember about looking after their teeth? Please watch this clip and talk about caring for your teeth.
Let’s look at repeating patterns again today. What can your child remember from yesterday? Can they make a 3 colour/object pattern e.g brick, car, ball etc.
Let’s have another look at our phonemes ‘s’, ‘a’, ‘t’ and ‘p’. Can your child remember any objects they found yesterday starting with these sounds?
We love Cosmic Yoga in Nursey. I thought the children would enjoy some snowy yoga! Hope you enjoy this adventure with Pedro the Penguin!
I hope you enjoy learning at home again today! Please take care and keep warm!
Home Learning 9th March 2023
Our topic this half term is People Who Help Us. This week we have been learning about the role of a Dentist. Please share this video clip with your child and talk about how to care for your teeth (cleaning teeth twice a day and visiting the Dentist twice a year).
In Maths this week we have been learning about repeating patterns. Please play this activity with your child. Then encourage them to make repeating patterns using coloured paper or some toys e.g. car, brick, car, brick.
Please encourage your child to practice writing their name. All of the children brought home a name card.
In Phonics we have been learning the following phonemes. After watching the video clips could your child go on a 'sound' hunt and find items which begin with s, a, t and p.
Hope you all have fun learning at home today!
Keep nice and warm!
Tuesday 11th October 2022
We hope you found the Language development meeting useful today. If you want to revisit the information shared or were unable to attend the meeting, please find a copy of the powerpoint below.
There are 7 challenges to meet...
Your child can
1) Go to the toilet by themselves
2) Can dress and undress (including coat)
3) Put on their own shoes
4) Recognise their own name
5) Share with others
6) Hold a pencil correctly
7) want to come to school
We can't wait to see you at the workshops! Dates to follow soon!
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.