Its been another busy week for the Nursery children at home. They’ve been busy doing lots of different activities. Some linked to the activities Miss Parker has been sending daily during the week and some which families have been finding for themselves. Its great to share all the different things that we’ve been doing while we can’t be together in Nursery.
Some children loved playing Kim’s Game to improve their memories and recall skills. Their parents said they got really good at remembering what was missing and could do it with more than one item gone.
Some children made wish jars to think of all the things they would like to do when Lockdown is over. This one had three things in it:
We hope those things can happen soon too. Can you remember what you put in yours?
Some children played a number Hoopla game where you had to throw an object into numbers and then make that number on your fingers.
Some children then enjoyed doing the follow up activity on Topmarks counting the spots on the ladybird and finding the correct number.
You can find the game here if you want to play as well.
Some children enjoyed exploring which objects could float and which ones sunk. They even made a boat which was able to float.
Some children worked hard to learn the letters in their name. Its important that we can order the letters in our name and then be able to copy them.
Some children were excited to see Gary the Snail on video. You can watch the videos here and here if you missed them.
They also had a go at a new experiment their mum found online for them to try making a Lava Lamp. If you would like you try it you can watch the same video by clicking here. Let us know how you get on with it.
Some children sent in pictures of their Eid celebrations over the weekend. Eid Mubarak. We all hope you had a wonderful time if you celebrated.
And there was lots of other things happening at home as well. Some more birthdays, painting and one little boy sent a video of the bee he watched in his garden. What else can you see your friends have been doing at home?
Thanks to everyone who sent in their pictures and shared what you’ve been doing at home. Its great to be able to ‘see’ you even while we can’t actually see each other. A BIG well done to all the children who have carried on working hard at home.
If you want to feature on the next blog please make sure you send any pictures to Miss Parker on the class email. Its always great to hear from you.
If you’ve missed them and you’d like to find any of these activities to try at home use the Ideas to Try at Home button above to find a link to the blog which has the full collection available. Just use the search function or click on the cog to find the activity you want.
We’re looking forward to seeing you all, hopefully, soon when it is is safe. Take care everyone and stay safe