Next week in nursery 9th December we will be… listening to Christmas stories. creating Christmas decorations. rehearsing our Christmas show and songs. putting on our show for our families. What can you do at home? Read Christmas stories with your child and have lots of discussions
Next week in nursery 2nd December we will be… representing numbers by using our fingers. taking part in lots of pre writing skills activities. creating Christmas decorations. rehearsing our Christmas show and songs. What can you do at home? Ask your child to show you on
Next week in nursery 25th November we will be… counting from 0 – 10 and beyond. taking part in lots of pre writing skills activities. writing inside our handmade Christmas cards. practising our Christmas show and songs. What can you do at home? Count with your child up to 10 and be
Next week in nursery 11th November we will be… taking part in fine motor activities. starting to sing our Christmas show songs. making an individual hedgehog book. What can you do at home? Visit the park and play equipment.
Next week in nursery 20th May we will be… creating a bean book. continuing to learn about snails and caring for our class snails ‘Ant and Dec’. continuing to learn in depth about the number 2. learning to writing our names and form them correctly. What can you do at home? Find out fun facts [&
Next week in nursery 6th May we will be… investigating interactive computer software. developing our observations skills when looking closely at different seeds. continuing to observe bean growth. developing our listening skills during circle time activities. What can you do at home Discuss plants
Next week in nursery 29th April we will be… Investigating rhyming through stories. developing our fine and gross motor skills. observing bean growth. investigating changes in plants What can you do at home? Read rhyming stories with your child making the rhyming words obvious. This week the
Next week in nursery 1st April we will be… investigating Easter and spring. Making Easter nests. investigating similarities and differences. What can you do at home? Enjoy the Easter break with your children