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Week beginning 30th March 2020

This weeks ideas

 

This week we thought it would be great to support the children's understanding of the amazing people helping us in our community as well as use this as an opportunity to say thank you to some of those that are helping the community in this difficult time. So this week please find a list of ideas that will help prompt conversation, story, song and craft while saying a big thank you. We also wanted to recognise that some people may be particularly vulnerable and therefore added a few suggestions of ways we could work together to share a smile. We hope you all are well and can't wait to hear all about your adventures at home when we return to nursery.

Ideas to support math                Ideas to support letters and sounds

Ideas to support children's

understanding of people that help us.

Go on a shape hunt, how many 

can you find?

Have a go at junk modelling

make a fantastic model and

explore 3D shape.

Sing some number songs, can

the children say the next

number in the song? Focus

on sentence stems 1 more

than _ is _ or 1 less then _ 

is _.

Play I spy using sound talk

e.g. I spy a c a t. Jolly phonics

has some great youtube videos

to support pronunication. 

Can you identify the

hidden sound- simplify using

instruments and extend by

using tricky sounds such as

the rustle of a crisp packet.

Write a letter or draw a picture

to say thank you to someone

that helps in the community.

Make a picture/poster to go

on the window showing our

thanks.

Role play as different roles 

e.g. can you be the DR, policeman

Send a card to someone that

might not have many visitors.

Play with small world toys such

as different vehicles community

helpers might use.

 

Additional activities and resources to support this weeks focus
This week's math focus 

Name the Shape Game | Shape Review Game | Jack Hartmann

Extend the children's shape knowledge by hunting for shapes in the environment , drawing, cutting, sticking, finding shapes of familiar objects in books e.g. spotting a road sign or junk modelling with old packaging and repeating 3D shape names while you create something amazing.

3D Shapes I Know (solid shapes song- including sphere, cylinder, cube, cone, and pyramid)

3D Shapes I Know (new pyramid version) This version includes only ONE chorus at a time, whereas the old version used to do 2 at a time. I didn't like that th...

Story of the week

HANDA'S SURPRISE

Can you create a story map of the story showing all the different animals along the way? Can you draw a picture of your favourite fruit or animal? Can you suggest an alternative ending or change to the story?

Nursery rhyme of the week

Five Little Monkeys Swinging in a Tree with Makaton - Singing Hands

Enjoy singing together and practice the language of 1 less and 1 more when adding or taking away monkeys (or substitute objects e.g. teddies and toys)

Songs and video's to support this weeks learning

Your children may hear lots in the news about people who help us, especially the great work of Drs and Nurses. This resources can be used to support children to understand the roles of Drs and Nurses and reassure them that they are working hard to make people feel better.

ALL KINDS OF CHILDREN 🌎 DIVERSE CULTURE story book for kids MULTICULTURAL follow along reading book

Explore similarities and differences between people and places using the story and illustrations in the book. Encourage the children to think about how we all have things that are special to us or things that we find difficult and how we can work as team to support each other.

The Healthy Eating Song

Recap the importance of healthy eating and make a healthy meal together.

School remains open for children whose parents are key workers or who are vulnerable and now open for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6. If you require a place please contact the school office for more information.
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