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Bourne Primary School

Bourne Primary School

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Nursery

While you are at home with your children, I will be setting some exciting activities for you to do every week. Don't worry if you do not have the exact resources mentioned below, you can always improvise with things that you have at home. If I suggest a book, don't worry if you don't have a copy. Where possible I will add a link to an online version or a video reading.

Weekly assemblies to reflect on at home can be found here!

09.04.20

Join Miss Filson for The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Story Time with Miss Filson

 

02.04.20

Come and enjoy a story by clicking the link below.

Story Time with Miss Filson 

Week beginning: 30/3/20

Topic of the week: Easter

Watch the Easter story here

Focus sounds to practise:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMog84sQp3o

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

  • Read a book together carefully turning the pages
  • Turn on some music and dance
  • Practise writing your name
  • Make a pasta necklace. How many pieces can you fit on your string?
  • Sing some nursery rhymes
  • Make Easter nests for your family

 https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/shredded-wheat-nests

  • Practise washing your hands
  • Put on your own socks
  • Practise doing and un-doing some buttons
  • Make an Easter card for someone you love 
  • Play with some pegs, count the pegs, hang up some socks using the pegs

We would love to see updates of the activities that you are doing at home with your children. Please make use of the Learning book APP or website and upload photos. We will be able to use these photos to continue with our teacher assessments when the school reopens.

 https://mylearningbook.co.uk/Logon

 

Click on the link below to see a familiar face reading a very special story.

Harris McCoo and the Rainbow Haggis by Stephen Brown

 

 

Week beginning: 23/3/20

Topic of the week: Easter

Focus sounds to practise: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMog84sQp3o

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

  • Read a book together carefully turning the pages
  • Make and play with some Playdoughhttp://allrecipes.co.uk/consent/?dest=/recipe/50/play-dough.aspx                 
  • Pour water with cups in a tub (keywords - full and empty) 
  • Stack plastic cups into a tower and knock them down. Can you make a castle?
  • Make a collage with recycled paper
  • Go on a colour hunt around the house. How many different colours can you see?
  • Drive some toy cars through some paint and make a picture
  • Count the number of forks and spoons you have
  • Help to set the table at dinner time
  • Practise writing your name
  • Line up some of your toys in size order (biggest to smallest/ smallest to biggest)

We would love to see updates of the activities that you are doing at home with your children. Please make use of the Learning book APP or website and upload photos. We will be able to use these photos to continue with our teacher assessments when the school reopens.

 https://mylearningbook.co.uk/Logon