Dear Nursery children and parents,
Mrs Welbourne, Mrs Lloyd, Mrs Begum and Mrs Hatch are sending you a big "Hello there!"
We are missing you all and hope you are all keeping safe and well in these very strange times.
We have added some new links on the blog for you to explore, but don't forget that simply sharing a book together is also a great way to learn at home (CBeebies Bedtime Stories, click here, is another great resource and is available on the BBC iPlayer).
We hope you all have a safe and happy Easter Holiday and will be in touch again very soon.
To all our Nursery children,
While you are at home you could ask your Mummy, Daddy, big brother, big sister, Gran or Grandad to help you with your learning. Here are a few ideas, along with some useful websites and Apps.
Make time to share a book
Count every day- anything and everything
Sing Nursery rhymes and counting songs
Play with your toys
Have fun in the garden/yard (as long as it's safe)
Have a go at Joe Wicks (click here) 5 minutes workouts/ Cosmic Kids Yoga (click here)
Cuddles with your family
Play on the IPAD - try some of the Apps ( not for too long though)
Watch your favourite programmes on TV
Draw a picture
LEARNING AT HOME
FREE! - EYFS Nursery School Closure Home Learning Resource Pack
BBC Teach resources
Early Years section
"Mini Mash is a safe online space for children. in the Early Years to learn, create and explore."
Alphablocks (Letters: s, a, t, p, i, n)
Phonics play (Phase 1)
Numberblocks numbers 1-10
Oxford Owl for home (age 3-4)
Free e-book library and teaching resources (Oxford Owl eBooks are tablet-friendly. You need to register or log in to access the free e-books)
CBeebies Nursery Rhymes
Hungry Little Minds
Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five
Tiny Happy People
Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills.
M6 Theatre – Whatever the Weather
Whatever the Weather is now available to watch at home!
Chatta is a teaching approach which links images with language.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): early years and childcare closures