Have a go at this speech and language game today!
Look carefully at each of the animals below. What are they? What different body parts do they have? What colour are they? Ask a grown up to read the clues below and then pick the correct animal!
Think about counting back and the number getting smaller whilst watching this robot version of 10 in the bed!
Listen and join in with the story of 'The Duck in the Truck'.
Watch the video below to practise counting up and down. Then find out which number we're thinking about today!
Dear Virginia pupils,
We need your help!! In conjunction with Liveable Streets Bethnal Green, we would like you to make a short video to say what you are looking forward to when changes are made in the area.
This could be centred around one of the following themes:
**Your videos will be uploaded to the Liveable Streets website
Your videos must be no longer than 30 seconds.
Please send all videos to email@example.com by Wednesday 27th May
Good morning Nursery!
Take a look at the I-Spy board below.
Say what you can see in a big, clear voice. What sound do the words begin with?
I can see a p-p-pirate! Can you spot anything else beginning with the sound 'p'?
How many items can you spot that begin with the sound t?
What sound does your name begin with? Can you spot any items beginning with that sound?
My name is Lucy and I can see a lion!
Thinking about the number 4!
Where can you find the number 4 in your home? Can you see it anywhere when you go outside?
Practise counting out 4 toys, 4 socks and 4 of anything else! Draw them out and colour them in.
Can you write the number 4?
Hello nursery :)
Who remembers the nursery rhyme 'Incy Wincy Spider'?
Watch the video and join in.
Listen carefully... it gets VERY fast!
Are you ready for the challenge?
Fine motor challenge
Check out our Incy Wincy (or Itsy Bitsy!) Spider activity
Listen to Lucy reading the story 'Monkey Puzzle' by Julia Donaldson
Fine motor skills challenges
Fine motor skills involve the use of the small muscles that control the hand, fingers, and thumb. They help children perform important tasks like feeding themselves, grasping toys, buttoning and zipping clothes, writing, drawing, and more! The ability to complete self-care and every day tasks helps a child’s self esteem and confidence to increase.
This is why we will be posting a variety of fine motor skills challenges to the blog for the children to complete at home.
It's the book swap today (Monday 11th May) between 1pm and 3pm.
Please remember to bring back any books you borrowed last week!
We look forward to seeing you :)
Good morning Nursery :)
Sing along with one of our favourite songs - 'Five Currant Buns!'
Currant Bun Matching Game
First, make 5 currant buns. You could use paper, card or play dough!
Then make some number cards, 1 - 5
Place the number cards face down and choose one. Find the correct amount of currant buns to match your card!
Talking & Thinking Challenge!
Look carefully at each row below... talk about each item you can see.
Which doesn't belong? Why?!
Join in the singing with Lucy, Salma and Aoife! They use their robot voices to segment the animals...listen carefully to find out which animals are on the farm!
At the end, you can have a go at being the robots!