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17th June Wednesday Weekly Post

Wednesday 17th June

Hello Nursery!

How are you all this morning? This is the last Daily Update but also the first Wednesday post! Every week I will upload the learning and activity ideas for this week and mirror as far as possible what is going on in Nursery with what you can do at home.

Check out my latest Video Upload in the Video Centre, Home Learning Section here.

Our topic for the Summer Term is ‘Growing’ this is not just plants but you and your feelings, working together we will be looking at the world around us for inspiration and as a metaphor for developing better awareness of our feelings and managing them. We will be building a ‘toolkit’ for starting School in September.

(This article supports why this is important)

Literacy/ Communication and Language Development; If you…’Go Down To The Woods Today’ or  go ‘On a Bear Hunt’ what adventures might you have? Use the Bear Print writing frame to draw and write these adventures.

Mathematics; Sorting Bears. There are some worksheets uploaded in today’s section. Do not forget to check out White Rose Maths for Early Years.

Story time; If you go Down to the Woods today ( as sung by Bing Crosby)

Another Bear story by Jez Alborough. My Friend Bear.

Physical Development:  Can you make a Breakfast Bear treat? Like the picture in today’s section? Or make a Bear face out of playdough ( recipe in yesterday’s section)

Reflection: How did you feel today? Use your EMOJI STONES to check in and think about how you feel before and after doing and activity.

So in order to prepare for going to school we are all going to need to practice washing our hands properly. I have been using this video for the World Health Organisation as my guide. Remember to check my Child-friendly Covid section as well for useful videos

Have a lovely rest of the week; look at what is growing in your garden, take pictures, after this rain everything is going to shoot up! If you can get hold of any plant radishes, a super-fast crop from seed to plate in just under three weeks!

Miss Brewerton & Mrs Poole