Turtles & Dolphins
Dear Nursery Parents,
I hope you are all keeping well and staying safe and happy in these difficult times. We are all missing the children terribly and looking forward to when things can be as near normal again.
Again, although myself and the Nursery student, Miss Dussault, have planned activities for you to carry out with your child, I feel the most important thing is to spend quality time with your child, talking about things and teaching the children life skills, cooking, cleaning, folding washing, gardening, listening to stories......and most importantly cuddling!
Everyone’s situation is different, do what is best for you.
Some of you still may be working as normal and therefore, please do not worry about completing all the activities, they are there simply to help you and your child if needed.
Please use the extensive pack you were given during last lockdown to ensure that your child’s learning continues ready for Reception / ready to continue their Nursery journey. Dip in and out as you wish and work with your child for short periods of time. Stay positive and smiley! Have fun with the activities!
In addition to this, further activities can be found on the planning grid should you wish to use them.
For the week beginning 11th January, you will find the following activities on the timetable....
- Take your child for a walk on a cold day – record their observations.
- Listen to and discuss the story ‘Kipper’s Snowy Day’.
- Keeping warm activity – investigating different materials.
- Collect natural objects whilst on a walk (your daily exercise) / find natural objects in your garden or local environment and freezing them.
- Melting the icy natural objects and drawing them.
Further activities will follow for next week.
Take care and looking forward to seeing you all very soon.
Miss Louise Frazer x
This Weeks Activities
Planning has now been set out day by day, to make it easier to view through the website on laptop/tablet. Document can also be downloaded or printed following the link underneath.