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Week Beginning 18th May

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Parents: The University of Chichester has created a Free-to-download booklet which provides ideas on fun and engaging home-learning activities as well as having information about how we teach children in Nursery download it here: 
https://www.skipforeyeducators.co.uk/booklet/covid19_familybooklet.pdf


Activities for this week


Numbers: Go on a colour hunt. How many objects of each colour can you find?
 
Shape, space and measure: Sit outside with a piece of paper and draw your house. What shapes are on your house?
 
Health and self care: Learn how to zip up your coat.
 
Being imaginative: Have a teddy bear’s picnic at home.
 
Literacy: Can you find three things at home that begin with the same sound as your name? Clare found a can, cake and a cup. What can you find?
 
Exploring and using media and materials: Learn a new song. Try and dance in time to the music.
 
Managing feelings and behaviour:  Draw different feelings on face templates. Talk about what makes you feel sad, happy, angry etc.
 
People and communities: Set up a role play corner in your home based around a type of job, e.g. shopkeeper, doctor, fireman, teacher.
 
Technology: Download and play ‘Meet the Numberblocks!’ Free on the AppStore and Google Play.
 
Understanding: Follow instructions from your adult. Perhaps you could do jobs for them or find things around the house. You can extend this to instructions with a two-part sequence, e.g. find me something blue and then find a shoe.



Phonics

In nursery we access phase one phonics (don’t forget to complete all the phase one activities that were in your home learning packs! or for some extra games log into Phonics play @ www.phonicsplay.co.uk 
) which covers all the skills your child needs for reception.
In the summer term we introduce the children who are ready to set one Read Write Inc (the programme that is used throughout the school to teach phonics) In nursery we teach set one speed sounds  which introduces your child to each letter and sound, If you feel your child may benefit from this RWI have their own youtube channel where they are uploading videos daily for set one sounds at 9:30, each lesson is ten minutes long and available for 24 hours.
 
If you would like to access this with your child you can do so here;

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ





Dont forget to send pictures of any work you have done to my email so i can see all the fun things you have all been up to!  
 
Adults, I understand this could be a tough time for you too, if your needing any advice of support on working with your little ones at home please don’t hesitate to contact me on the email below.
Mrs Murrell x
 
 amurrellpmps@gmail.com


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