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Wednesday 3rd March

 

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Good morning Nursery,

 

We are halfway through our last week of remote learning and World Book Day is right around the corner. It's so wonderful to see the sun shining a little more and the days being brighter for longer. Spring is well and truly on it's way. I wonder if you have spotted any signs of Spring in the part or garden? Today you have some forest school challenges in the afternoon. I can't wait to see your work on the blog.

Literacy

 

Today's challenge is to re-read the story together using the link below and then draw a story map of your own.

 

Here are some helpful links:

 

Story text - https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/storymuseum/TheGiantTurnip_story_text.pdf 

 

Audio story - https://soundcloud.com/storymuseum/the-giant-turnip-told-by-chris-smith 

 

Example story map - https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/storymuseum/TheGiantTurnip_story_map.pdf

Maths

 

Please follow the link below to access today's online math's session. 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/week-1/

Phonics

 

With a grown-up, play a listening game about a visit to a farm. ‘I went to the farm and I saw…’ – instead of saying the animal name, split the word up into its 3 letter sounds. The other person has to identify the animal by blending the sounds together. For example: ‘I went to the farm

and I saw a c-a-t. It’s a cat!’

Collective worship

 

Lent is traditionally a time of giving but as monetary giving is not really possible for children, I would like to challenge you to "give" something else.

 

You could:

  • Give someone a hug
  • Help someone
  • Make a card for someone
  • Make a craft for someone
  • Do something nice for Mom/Dad
  • Do something kind for the earth
  • Say something kind to a family member
  • Say something kind to a friend give someone a hug
     

Afternoon activities

 

Forest school

 

Art

 

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