With Mrs Forrest & Mrs Naylor Mrs Hackett
WELCOME TO NURSERY!
Welcome to our virtual learning platform. On this platform you will find activities planned for the Nursery children by their teachers.
We are committed to making sure that every child has the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. At Intack Nursery keeping children safe is at the heart of everything we do. Safeguarding is everybody's priority.
Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have. Stay and Play dates are on hold at the moment.
Welly Wednesdays- Please send your child in old clothes every Wednesday (we will provide the wellies) as we will be doing some outdoor activities in our Forest School area and it can get very muddy!
HOME LEARNING PAGE
On this page you will find suggested activities if you are isolating at home. You will also find activities to help your child if you would like to work with them at home on any activities.
Once you have completed the tasks please send to this email address
Please check you text messages and school website to check on re-opening of Nursery after the flood.
Our topic this term is called On the Move. Our core text is the Train Ride by June Crebbin. We will be exploring how we move our bodies, how things move and about different types of vehicles.
Please look out for our Newsletter which will let you know what activities the children have been enjoying over the week.
Listen to and sing rhymes everyday
Listen to Nursery Rhymes daily. Click here.
Join in with them and sing them without the music.
Try and learn at least 5 that you know by heart. Our aim this half term is to learn Wheels on the bus, 5 little men in a flying saucer, Down at the station, A sailor went to sea, We are driving in our car.
You can send in a video of you singing your songs so we can share with the children.
Please listen to this story with your child - The Train Ride by June Crebbin.
After listening to the story focus on Who? Where and How? questions. Ask your child which is their favourite character or animal in the story.
Pretend you are going on a train journey, what things might you pass? If you have a train set at home you could make a small world area to play with.
Dough Disco - use these video clips develop the muscles in your fingers ready for writing.
Make your own play dough at home by following this recipe.
If you would like a change from Dough Disco this week try and learn some of these simple finger play rhymes.
PENCIL READY SONG
Explore making tracks for the train from the story the train ride in a variety of ways. Use flour on a small tray to explore and make tracks for the train. Use crayons, paints, chalks or small sticks.
Understanding of the world
Listen to and join in with these simple songs about vehicles to create a discussion about vehicles.
Sticky Kids Song 1
Sticky Kids Song 2
Can you move like a vehicle in different ways? Pretend to be a train, fly like a plane, speed like a racing car.
Look out of your window or go for a walk and look at the different vehicles that you may see.
Watch this video of the rhyming soup song and guess what goes in the pot.
Watch one of these videos each week to help you engage with phonic activities that would be taught in Nursery.
Aspect 1 Environmental Sounds - watch this video to help listen out for sounds in the environment.
Aspect 2 Instrumental Sounds - click to play
Aspect 3 Body Percussion - click to play
Aspect 4 Rhythm and Rhyme - click to play
Aspect 5 Alliteration - click to play
Aspect 6 Voice Sounds - click to play
Aspect 7 Oral Blending and Segmenting - click to play
Email which activities you have taken part in.
Keeping fit and active
Ball skills - Can you throw and catch the ball together? Can you beat your personal best. Use different sized balls to make it easier or harder. You can use socks rolled up if you like.
Maths Focus - NUMBER
This half term we are learning about the numbers 1, 2 and 3. Watch these episode of Number Blocks to introduce each number.
Explore the numbers together. Find the number 1, 2 and 3 on your remote control, on a telephone or on a front door. Play the scavenger hunt game and find 1, 2 or 3 of each of these items in your house - 1 fork, 2 cups, 2 socks, 3 keys, 3 shoes.
Counting actions - Try and do these actions- 1 clap, 2 stamps, 3 jumps, 3 hops.
Everyday count in the daily routine. Snack time is a really good time to achieve this. Count out how many pieces of apple you would like or how many crackers you would like on the plate and so on. Count as you walk up or down the stairs. Count cars and other things on your daily walk.
Games to play together.