Monday 23rd March 2020
Remember to tweet any work you would like to share @WellingtonPSBD2 as we would love to see how you are all getting on.
**Nursery Challenge** – This week’s sound is ‘e’ – can you practise writing the letter e. Practise making the ‘e’ sound, look for things which begin with ‘e’, and look for the letter ‘e’ on signs, in books etc…and everywhere you can think of. Email us: email@example.com.
Nursery have been learning numbers up to 10, this weeks number is 5. Maybe you could go on a number hunt to find the number 5 or any other numbers! Grown-ups it’s completely up to you how you do this. Here are a few ideas to get you started:-
You could hide numbers around the house for your child to find. They might even look for them in order. Forwards to ten then backwards from ten etc.
You could look in your cupboards. Do you see any numbers on food packaging? What do the numbers mean? Can you count out that number of items?
Your child could take a pen and paper around the house with them to copy any numbers they find.
Or maybe you could take a walk around your local area to look for house numbers, number plates on cars etc.
Follow the story of 5 on Topmarks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=number%20stories
Don’t forget to share your learning with us.
Have fun, Mrs Thornton & Mrs Cordner-Hussain 🙂 #nurserychallenge
Learning ideas for children in Nursery
Activities to Try at Home
Comparing Numbers to 10-Transport-Themed Activity
Early Learning Goals Parent and Carers Guide
EYFS Counting and Ordering Numbers to 20 Home Learning Challenges
EYFS Maths Problem-Solving Cards
I spy and add to 10
I spy and count to 10
I spy and add to 10 (1)
I spy and count to 10 (1)
Superhero Addition Up To Ten Worksheet
The Imagination Tree – www.theimaginationtree.com/stay-at-home-survival-guide/ – A range of art and craft activities
https://littleowlsresources.com/parents – This looks like a great site, with lots of printable resources.