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St. Nicholas

Welcome to St. Nicholas Class

 

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania st nicholas

 

 

Nursery team

 

Ms Ally

Ms Mary

 

Learning at home

Wednesday 15 July 2020

Good morning St Nicholas children and parents!

This is the last time I will be posting on here! I hope you all have a lovely summer break and transition into Reception next year. I’ve had such a great time teaching you!

Miss Ally

 

Home learning for Wednesday & Thursday

 

Our nursery rhyme of the week is 'The Queen of Hearts'!

Listen to the rhyme below:

Queen of Hearts | Umi Uzi Video For Kids and Children

Literacy:

- Act out the story! Pretend to be the queen making the tarts, the knave stealing the tarts and the king being angry - we don't hit anyone (the king should not have done this!)

- Which of these words rhyme?

Hearts - Tarts

Day - Away

Hearts - Away

Sore - More

Tarts - Sore

- Practice your phonics every day. The below website has information and parent resources on the phonics program that we use at SPAH.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

It has activities, books and videos to assist with phonics learning. There is also a video below of the sounds.

- Extension: Children going into Reception in the next academic year - practice writing your name. Use a name prompt to look at and form the letters

RWI Pure Sounds

Maths:

- Complete these activities:

Expressive Arts & Design:

- Make a Queen of hearts crown. Below is an example:

- Make some jam tarts! Below is a recipe:

Physical/ Personal, Social and Emotional Development

- Try and get outside even if it’s in your backyard or patio. Enjoy the sun and get active - walk or run, ride a bike/scooter, practice throwing and catching etc.

- Do some Fitt-In everyday. Ask your adult to fill in their details on this link -

 https://www.fitt-in.co.uk/checkout?rid=m4xDde&cf_3=g102

Please make sure you have enough room when doing it.

- Complete some yoga, mindfulness or relaxation activities with Cosmic Kids Yoga -

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

- Watch the powerpoint below with your adult. Talk about how you are feeling about moving into Reception.

Hickory Dickory Dock | CoComelon Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

The Three Billy Goats Gruff | Fairy Tales | Gigglebox

Little Red Riding Hood | Fairy Tales and Bedtime Stories for Kids

Goldilocks and the Three Bears || Fairy Tale for Kids

Recycle! S2 E18

Three Little Pigs (3 Little Pigs) | Fairy Tales and Bedtime Stories for Kids | Fable

Betsy the Banana | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Zacchaeus and Jesus I Stories of Jesus I Animated Children's Bible Stories| Holy Tales Bible Stories

Humpty Dumpty | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

THE EARTH BOOK by Todd Parr

Cosmic Kids Yoga DANCE PARTY!

How to wash your hands NHS song | NHS

Number song 1-20 for children

Shapes Song

Our topic this half term is “Once Upon a Time”.

We will be reading different nursery rhymes, fairy tales and traditional tales. These tales will be explored through all areas of learning and development, including literacy, maths, understanding the world and expressive arts and design.

Checklist - things to bring to the Nursery:

  • practical clothes;
  • voluntary contribution of £5 per half term for class fund -this money pays for cooking ingredients, malleable materials, bird food, film development and all the other little extras we need which help to make your child's time with us that little bit more special;
  • 2 boxes of tissues per term

 

Borrowing  reading books - every Tuesday

The Nursery room has a selection of books that the children are able to borrow and engage with at home. This is to encourage a love of reading and develop early literacy skills.

 

This term, we have a special soft toy, Jacob the Jaguar. Each Friday, one child will take home Jacob and write and draw about what they did with Jacob on the weekend. Photos can also be printed and stuck into the book provided. On Monday the child will have the chance to share what they did with Jacob with the other children.

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