Hello and welcome to our Nursery School Class page.
This page will be updated daily with a challenge to work on with your children at home throughout the school closures.
Don't forget to e-mail what you have been doing to email@example.com, we would love to hear what you have been up to.
We have been looking around the natural environment. There are lots of colours and textures everywhere. Take a look at the photographs, can you name the colours of the flowers and the plants? Can you tell where the textured patterns are from?
Have a look for colours and textures next time you are in the yard or garden, or when you go for a walk.
Miss Holden and her girls made some lovely cards for Father's Day. Why not have a go at making a card for a special person? It could be a dad, grandad, brother, uncle or friend, or anyone who is special to you.
You could use handprints or footprints and paint, just like Miss Holden's girls have done.
In nursery school we have planted some cress seeds and will be watching them grow this week. If you'd like to try this at home you will need:
Plastic tub, pot or cup
Simply add cotton wool to fill half of your pot, water it and sprinkle in your cress seeds. Keep the seeds damp and in a light area such as a window sill and they will grow.
We will add photographs of the growing cress each day.
Claire's children have been looking at BIG and SMALL. They had a look around the house to find things that are big and small. Have a look at the pictures to see what they found. Perhaps you could have a go at finding things at your house that are big and small.
Ask an adult to help you to make a castle for a giant just like Miss Cunningham has done in the picture above.
You will need are some blocks, some water and some soap in a washing up bowl, tray or bucket.
Build your castle using blocks for the walls and towers.
With the help of an adult add some water and soap to a washing up bowl and make it frothy with your hands for the clouds.
Watch the story of 'Tiddler' can you talk about the characters, setting, problem and solution in the story? Use the pictures below to help you.
Please see the overview below. These are some suggestions to support the children’s learning and to enable them to complete work at home over the coming weeks. We are committed to ensuring that your child is still learning as much as possible.
Teachers will upload additional activities, matched to learning being done in nursery, on to the class page.