Packs of worksheets to support your children at home have been printed and are ready to be collected from school.
I have included some Maths worksheets, letter and number formation practice sheets, shape and pattern work, scissor practice cutting sheets as well as home phonics challenges. If you are unable to pick up your pack from school, the activities I have included can be downloaded from the links below so they can then be printed at home. I have also included a laminated name card and whiteboard pen for children to practice writing their names on.
Each week I will add activities on this page for you to complete, work from the printed pack can be completed at a time to suit you.
If your child has to self isolate, please have a look at the links below for activities to complete with your child. You can also look at the links to White Rose Maths/TopMarks games etc further down the page in the section for whole bubble closure, but please do not download the work from that section unless the whole bubble has closed. I have added similar activities to those for whole bubble isolation to these for individual children isolating.
Please also ask your child to use the laminated name card and whiteboard pen that was provided at the beginning of the year to practise their name writing.
In the event of a class bubble being sent home for 14 days, please have a look at the links below:
White Rose Maths link (please remember this is aimed at Reception children too, so please do not worry if sections of the work on this is too difficult, but there are parts that nursery can access too.)
Dough Disco - great for getting fingers moving and ready for writing. Play dough can easily be made using household ingredients if you dont have any ready made.
Phonics - children in nursery are using phase 1 phonics, which is all about making the children aware of the sounds around them. Have a look at the youtube videos.
Top Marks Maths - there are several games suitable for Nursery children on here, search under the section for 3-5 year olds. The game with a gingerbread man is great for children to count the buttons and to begin to recognise numbers and match them to the correct quantity.