Welcome to Nursery's Home Learning Page

Monday, 30th March

Good Morning Nursery

I hope you all had a good weekend and you remembered to put your clocks forward.

I have included a timetable for you to follow similar to the one we follow in school. Don’t forget to have a brain break maybe you could “Go Noodle”  (you tube).

At 3pm don’t forget to listen to an audible story, you can find them on the class page.

Fun fact.  There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on earth.

Have a great day and I will speak to you again tomorrow.

Mrs Moruzzi

Tuesday, 21st March

Good Morning, Buongiorno,  Bonjour, magandang umaga, Buenos días, bom Dia
I hope you are all busy enjoying the class activities I would love to see anything that you have made, you can 
send me your photo’s reception@stmaryangels.co.uk and maybe we could put some on our website. 
Keep safe and have a lovely day.

 

Q. Why do giraffes have such long necks?

A. Because they have smelly feet.

 

Mrs Moruzzi

File icon: docx Home Schooling Timetable [docx 3MB] Click to download

Resources For All Learners

Dear Parents/Carers,

The staff at SMA have been working together to come up with a list of online learning tools, and websites with fun and engaging, educational content. Please take some time to look at the document below. We have included a brief description of each website, as well as the age range we believe it is best suited to. 

Thank you for your continued support, care and love for the school, staff, children and community.

Happy learning! 

SMA Staff. 

File icon: docx Websites For Home [docx 2MB] Click to download

Home Learning starting week 30th March

File icon: pdf Funnybones-Story [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: ppt Jack and the Beanstalk [ppt 7MB] Click to download
File icon: ppt Brown Bear, Brown Bear [ppt 9MB] Click to download
File icon: pptx Gingerbread Man Story Book [pptx 5MB] Click to download

Audible audio books

Audible is a website that allows children to listen to books free of charge.

We recommend:

The Lion and the Mouse

The Owl and the Pussy-Cat

Phonics sounds

This week we will be recapping the sounds that we have learnt in school.

Watch the links and try to find some things in your house that begin with those sounds.

External Link Icon Jolly Phonics s
External Link Icon Jolly Phonics a
External Link Icon Jolly Phonics t
External Link Icon Jolly Phonics p
External Link Icon Jolly Phonics i

Phonics - Silly Soup - Rhyming 

This is a game that you can play with your child at home.

You will need:

  • A bowl,
  • Spoon
  • Some objects around the house.

Find some objects that start with the sound of the day, e.g. S - sungalsses, strawberry etc but also include one or two objects that doesn't start with S.

Place all the objects infront of you and sing this song:

We’re making lots of silly soup

We’re making soup that’s silly

We’re going to cook it in the fridge

To make it nice and chilly

 

Sang to the theme of “pop goes the weasel”

 

-https://youtu.be/78RW5E4Efc8

 

Tell your child that we should only put objects that starts with the S sound in the bowl.

Repeat this activity for each sound you are learning.

 

Challenge:

Find objects that rhyme e.g. cat, mat, rat and two objects that don't rhyme e.g. dog, pig.

This time the only objects that are allowed in the bowl are rhyming words.

Metal Mike

At school we have a friend called Metal Mike. He helps us with out phonics and sounding out.

https://youtu.be/_fM4A5dROQ4

 

Make your own metal mike. Boxes and tinfoil paint.

 

Create and design your own Metal Mike (2 days) discuss colours , add shapes to make a face for Metal Mike.

Number of the Week - One

Each week we will be looking at a new number.

This weeks number is 1.

Number one

Here are some great links for helping to learn all about the number 1.

External Link Icon Numberblocks - one
External Link Icon Counting to 5

Number formation

Using a cue tip and some paint your child can practice their number formation.

Making the number 1 and 2

Using r and orange squares you can get your child to make the numberblocks 1 and 2.

If your child is ready you can challenge them to go up to 5.

Number Hunt

Find 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 objects to match with their numbers.

Little Red Hen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2E72TZy0LNo

Watch this video of the story of The Little Red Hen.

Act it out

This is Pie Corbett. 

Watch this each day and try to join in with his actions and telling the story.

Story Map

Click on the link to see a story map for helping your child to retell the story of The Little Red Hen.

Arts and crafts

Can you make a Little Red Hen and the other animals?

You could use these to help you act out the story.

Fine Motor skills


Click on the links to help strengthen your child's hands and fingers.