Nursery Gallery: Click here to see the work that has been shared by our children in Nursery.
Work for week beginning: Monday 13th July 2020
Work for week beginning: Monday 6th July 2020
Work for week beginning: Monday 29th June 2020
Summer 2 wk 5 -c & k under the sea
Work for week beginning: Monday 22nd June 2020
Work for week beginning: Monday 15th June 2020
Work for week beginning: Monday 1st June 2020
Mrs Cordner-Hussain & Mrs Thornton would like to welcome you back to home learning.
We hope you have had a restful break during these difficult times.
This term we will be sequencing numbers 0-10 and counting objects.
We will be introducing further letter sounds and begin blending simple C-V-C words.
We will be continuing to look at minibeasts and exploring under the sea creatures.
Please continue to share your lovely work with us and keep practising how to write your name, numbers and letters.
Summer 2 topic Web 2020
Summer 2 1.06.2020
Week 1, bee_tracing_page
Minibeasts_PPguess the minibeast
Work for week beginning: Monday 18th May 2020
Summer 1 Wk5, i, recap 1-10, insects and minibeasts
Work for week beginning: Monday 11th May 2020
Mrs Thornton and Mrs Cordner are so pleased to be receiving lovely messages and pictures to our inboxes so that we can keep up with your fantastic learning and activities. Well done, Nursery
Thank you so much – we look forward to seeing more 🙂
Mrs Thornton & Mrs Cordner
Summer 1 Wk 4 number 10 o animals
Work for week beginning: Monday 4th May 2020
Summer 1 Wk3 g, 9, growing and May Day, VE Day (2)
My Hero is You Storybook for Children on COVID-19
Hello Nursery, we hope that you are all safe and well.
There is lots of information online giving ideas on activities and fun ways to learn, however it is sometimes difficult to find suitable resources.
Below are some links that we think you may find interesting and that may give you a few ideas to help you with your child’s learning.
Below are some fun sites for phonics learning
- Floppy’s Phonics Sounds and Letters
- Jolly Phonics
- Letters and Sounds
- Letters and Sounds: for home and school – online phonics lessons that follow phases 2 to 5 of the Letters and Sounds programme. Available from Monday 27 April
- Bug Club Phonics
- Phonics International
- Read Write Inc.
- Sound Discovery
Below are some sites with maths games for early years
Printable learning packs
The Department for Education’s Hungry Little Minds campaign features tips and practical activities that parents can do at home with children to support their early learning
Having everyday conversations, make-believe play and reading together all make a big difference to children’s development. Settings can direct parents to the BBC’s Tiny Happy People
Online stories and rhymes from Bradford library’s
Nursery world have some fun ideas to help with your child’s learning
Do you have children who are at home who are ready to start potty training? Why not send parents these links to help them with this.
Potty Training tips from NHS – https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/potty-training-tips/
Potty Training tips from ERIC – https://www.eric.org.uk/top-10-potty-training-tips
In partnership with the University of Reading, Future Learn is offering a free e-learning called “Covid-19: Helping Young People Manage Low Mood & Depression”
On this course, young people, parents, carers, teachers, and other professionals can learn helpful, practical techniques to cope with low mood and depression during the lockdown period and beyond. You’ll examine how to help young people structure their day and improve sleep and diet and you will cover the following topics:
- Practical advice on structuring the day and promoting healthy habits
- Helpful family communication to keep conflict to a minimum
- The importance of modelling and self-care
- Tips on managing your thoughts and your feelings
- Using this time as an opportunity for developing resilience
The course will be available online here for two weeks from 4th May 2020 and takes just two hours to complete.
Hello Wellington. We are missing you all and can’t wait to see you again. Until then, stay safe, stay positive and look after each other. Here is a little message from us https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=Gw5A8aKZ1b8&feature=emb_logo
Message from Mrs Wood
I hope you are all well and staying safe.
From today, you and your families will have the opportunity to contact your teachers directly by e-mail, if you need guidance about the work.
What we can do:-
- We can explain the tasks that you have to do, if you are not quite sure.
- You can send your teacher a piece of work, which you are particularly proud of. Choose one. Explain why you are particularly pleased with this piece of work.
- We will be able to comment on the chosen piece of special work, which you send.
What we can’t do:-
- We won’t be able to mark your work. You can use the answer sheets from the website, in order to mark your own work.
- We won’t be able to have a general e-mail “chat” with you – we will need to concentrate on queries about the work.
Your teachers will check their e-mails once a day, so you can expect a reply within 24 hours, at the very latest.
We are missing you all very much. The school building seems very strange without you! Hopefully, it won’t be too long before we can meet with you all again.
With very best wishes to all of you.
Work for week beginning: Monday 27th April 2020
Mrs Cordner, Mrs Thornton, Joanne, Sam and Michelle would like to say a big THANK YOU for the lovely videos, photos and messages we’ve received to our Nursery inbox. Keep up the great work!
Remember to stay safe and have another good week.
From everyone in Nursery.
Letters and Sounds
Letter to parents and carers-about-online-phonics-lessons
Letters and sounds are now producing daily lessons to enable your child to keep up with their phonics learning. The lessons begin on Monday 27th April.
Week Beginning: Monday 20th April 2020
Thank you for all the lovely comments and for sharing your child’s activities with us via the nursery inbox and Twitter, we have really enjoyed seeing the children complete activities and enjoy their learning.
Stay safe and thank you.
Mrs Cordner-Hussain & Mrs Thornton
Egg Decoration Challenge – With Easter Sunday coming up, why not have a go at this creative challenge? Eggs in chocolate form are of course synonymous with the occasion, but we challenge you to hard boil an actual egg (or two) before letting your creative juices flow. You can come up with any design that you like and no means of decoration are off limits. You can use pen, paint, glitter, paper and any other possible options, as you get creative. If you look back through our news feed you can check out some of the fantastic egg designs from last year. We would love to see your efforts, which you can post on our Twitter @WellingtonPSBD2. #staysafe #getcreative
Easter Picture description writing
Blank Egg Template
Roll a Dice Easter Bunny Colouring Page
Easter Addition and Subtraction Secret Message Activity Sheet
Differentiated Easter Dice Subtraction Activity Sheet
Differentiated Easter Dice Addition Activity Sheet
Faberge Eggs PowerPoint
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-online-education-resources-for-home-education – The Department for Education have put together this list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.
Virtual Tours and Trips – 60-Virtual-Tours-and-Trips – As we can’t get out this Easter, why not check out some of these virtual tours and trips?
Virtual dive in the ocean – http://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/story/celebrate-your-love-ocean-virtually
Monday 30th March 2020
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.