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Hornsea Nursery School

“Where children come first and everything we do must reflect this single goal.”

Did you know you have a choice of provision? You can choose from a traditional nursery or an Outdoor Nursery.
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Hornsea Nursery School

“Where children come first and everything we do must reflect this single goal.”

Week 8

Literacy

Design a cake that you would like at a party. Think about

  • What would it taste like? e.g. strawberry, chocolate, toffee
  • Would it look like a character or an animal? eg a unicorn cake, a butterfly cake, an Ironman cake
  • Would it have an extras on it? eg sprinkles, pieces of chocolate, caramel
  • What size would your cake be? eg big, small, tiny

Draw a picture of what your cake would look like.

Phonics

This week we will learning about Rhythm and Rhyme.

  • Try to make up a silly rhyming names for you name eg.. Sally, mally, pally.
  • Make a silly rhyming name for other members of your family e.g. dad, sad, mad.
  • Can you think of two more words that rhyme with
    • fox
    • pin
    • slug
    • cake
    • doll
  • Remember, rhyming words end in the same sound!
  • It is also World Nursery Rhyme Week, can you try to learn a new Nursery rhyme everyday this week.

Mark Making

If you are beginning to do so please remember to practise to copy the letters in your name. For everyone else, please practising drawing anticlockwise circles and lines with pencils, crayons, chalk, sand and a stick, paint or water and paintbrushes. This helps us to develop our muscles so that we can begin to write when we are ready.

Talk Time

This week's Talk Time is all about our favourite things. Talk to your grown-up about all of the different activities that you can do at Nursery and what your favourite one is eg painting, Lego, PE, playdough. Try to use the sentence starter "my favourite thing at Nursery is..." or "I like...".

Learning Break Ideas

Use the kitchen pots and pans to create a drum kit. You could use a wooden or a plastic spoon to hit them to make a noise.

  • Can you make a loud noise?
  • Can you make a quiet noise?
  • Can you tap the pans/pots in a repeated rhythm?
  • Can you make different noises by tapping different parts of the pans/pots?
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