Welcome to the home learning page for our Nursery pupils.

You will find links to useful websites with interactive games and educational resources.

Hello Carle Class, 

 

We hope you are all well and keeping busy and safe at home. Each day we will be uploading some videos and tasks for you to do at home while school is closed. We love hearing about the learning that you have been doing at home. You can send us pictures of your learning by email to aellis@lansbury.net. 

Friday 5th March 

Good morning Carle Class,  

This is the last day of online learning before school re-opens on the 8th March. I have been so impressed with the learning that you have been doing with your families at home.  

We are all very excited to see you back in nursery on Monday! Have a lovely weekend and we all look forward to seeing you very soon. 😊  

Letters and Sounds 

Today we are moving our bodies to music. We are singing the song Roly Poly and doing some actions. Watch the video under the letters and sounds tab. See if you can follow the fast and slow rhythm when you do your actions.  

Fun Activities – P4C 

Today we are doing some philosophy for children. I have a question for you to think about at home. You can watch my video under the fun activities tab. I wonder what you would choose. 

Reading and Rhymes 

It’s time for a rhyme. Today I am singing 3 Blind Mice.  

5th March

Today we are doing a body percussion activity. We are moving our bodies as we sing the song Roly Poly.  

Listen carefully to the song and join in with the actions. See if you can follow the instructions and move your body in time to the rhythm. Can you move your body fast? Can you move your body slowly? 

I would love to see a picture or video of your actions to the song Roly Poly. I wonder if you can think of any different ways that you could move your body. aellis@lansbury.net 

To make the videos load faster we have put them on a playlist. Click on the icon  on the top right hand side of the video below to see the playlist of all our Letters and Sounds learning.

4th March

Today we are learning to make a size pattern using objects from around our homes. I used big and small bottles to make my size pattern. Watch my video and then have a go at making your own size pattern.  

I would love to see a picture or video of your pattern. You can send an email to me at aellis@lansbury.net

 

To make the videos load faster we have put them on a playlist. Click on the icon  on the top right hand side of the video below to see the playlist of all our maths learning.

Every child should read every day, whether at home or at school and it’s important to plan this in. Many children enjoy reading in their beds before they fall asleep or perhaps they get up early and enjoy reading then. While they are unable to attend school, it’s important that they continue to read every day and find time to do a bit extra. Perhaps straight after breakfast, or before they eat their lunch.

Cbeebies-Stories               Booktrust

Here we’ve put other links that we think might interest your child and help you with your learning.

5th March

It’s time for a rhyme. Today I am singing 3 Blind Mice.  

To make the videos load faster we have put them on a playlist. Click on the icon  on the top right hand side of the video below to see the playlist of all our rhymes learning.

To make the videos load faster we have put them on a playlist. Click on the icon  on the top right hand side of the video below to see the playlist of all our stories learning.

2nd March

For this activity you will need some elastic bands and a tin.  

Have your child put all their fingers inside the rubber band. Then spread their fingers so that they can get the rubber band onto a container. The smaller and thicker the band the more resistive it is.  

 

Fine Motor Collated

It is possibly more important than ever before to keep children active at this challenging time.

Without the routine of regular physical activity at school, children are at a greater risk of developing poor habits and therefore having a detrimental effect on their physical and mental health.

Please find below a selection of online resources that will help your children experience the recommended 1 hour of physical activity required every day.

Stay safe – Stay healthy!

 Boogie-Beebies         Disney-Shake-Up

 

5th March

Today we are doing some Philosophy for Children.  

Watch my video and think about what you would choose. Remember to use a full sentence to tell me your ideas “I would choose … because …” 

 

To make the videos load faster we have put them on a playlist. Click on the icon  on the top right hand side of the video below to see the playlist of all our P4C) learning.