Five little Speckled Frogs. The children drew the frogs with numbers 1 to 5 and crossed out each one in turn as they jumped into the pond to develop subtraction skills.
Look how well your sunflower and bean plants are growing at home!
Developing Physical Skills
Building up the amount of times we can bounce and catch a ball.
Counting how long we can balance, moving side to side on the balance board!
Look how our cress has grown! We enjoyed making and eating cress sandwiches at Nursery!
June 2021-Planting cress! We can't wait for our cress to grow so that our yoghurt pot people have hair!
June 2021 After reading The Bad Tempered Ladybird by Eric Carle, we went outdoors to see how many mini beasts we could find. We looked in the flowers, on leaves, in the soil and under rocks and plant pots, where they normally like to live!
We have shared The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle and discussed what seeds need to help them to grow. We planted sunflower seeds and we are going to see if some will grow without water, in the fridge, in a dark room and in the freezer! What do you think will happen?
May 2021 Planting beans! After sharing the story of Jack and the Bean Stalk, the children planted a bean and they watched the roots, stem and leaves grow before they planted it in soil.
Jolly Phonics! How many things can you find beginning with s,a,t,p,i and n around your home?
Super shape work!
A house by Dilraj
A hexagon by Ezrayah
A shed in the shape of a cube with cars inside!
World Book Day- 4th March 2021. What wonderful activities our children have been doing at home linked with favourite books, story telling and recreating front covers of favourite books!
Making puppets with wooden spoons
Making a puppet show with our home made puppet theatre!
Dressing up as favourite books characters!
Recreating the front cover of Zog!
March 2021 - We continue to develop mark making skills at Nursery and at home, including forming the letter shapes, writing our own names and family names and drawing pictures of ourselves, friends and family!
March 2021- As well as enjoying looking for signs of Spring outdoors, it is great to enjoy the milder weather as we continue to develop our gross motor skills on bikes, scooters and balance bikes at home and at Nursery!
W/C 8th February 2021- Celebrating The Chinese New Year! Making dragon puppets.
Eating and describing noodles!
2nd February 2021 Just some of our wonderful home learning!
Making mustaches with dough!
Hopping, jumping, skipping and making long strides!
Decorationg gingerbread men
Enjoying Winter weather!
Building with wooden shapes
Learning all about numbers
Having family fun
Exploring different places in our wonderful world!
Making a school with bricks!
Finding, sorting and describing shapes all around.
Painting Five Little Monkeys
Painting Planet Earth!
Sharing favourite stories
Making puppets to go with favourite songs.
Developing ball skills!
Doing cosmic yoga!
Making repeating patterns
Finding interesting things when walking in the woods!
Pictures of our favourite animals!
A shark with hair and a fish in water.
A pink whale who lives in the sea.
Evie's favourite animal is a cat.
Pola's new hamsters Cotton and Button!
W/C 1st February. We have mixed red, white, blue and yellow powder paint to make different shades of pink and green. We then painted some beautiful hyacinths to remind us that Spring will be here very soon!
Colour Mixing at home!
W/C 1st February - Using cutting skills.
Using cutting skills at home!
W/C 1st February - Recording numbers in different ways
Have a wonderful Christmas holiday and thank you for all the fantastic support in the first term of Nursery !
What a a lovely way to end the year with this video!
Just some of our super performing and singing at our Christmas concerts!
December- Counting! We have been doing lots of counting in Nursery! How many things can you find to count at home? Can you find 10 of different objects to count? How many pairs of socks would you need to make 10?
How many times can you catch a ball?
Can you make a tower with 10 bricks?
How many children are in our groups today?
How many snowmen are in this song?
Look at some of our wonderful drawings on the computer. Could you draw a picture of yourselves and your family at home on paper with some lovely colours and send a photo of it to us on Tapestry?
Making Marks. We just love drawing and practising writing our names at Nursery. We would love you to send some photos of your mark making at home through Tapestry !
What are your favourite songs?
Five Little Speckled Frogs
The Wheels on the Bus
Hickory Dickory Dock
November Learning.We have been learning all about shapes at Nursery. How many different shapes can you find at home. Can you name and describe them? These are just some of the shapes we found outdoors at Nursery!
During November, we have continued to learn about Autumn and celebrated Diwali. When celebrating Diwali, we shared the story of The Runaway Chapati, attached below. The children enjoyed making chapatis with their own dough to help to retell the story!
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