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Friday 21st October 2022


Can your child tell you anything that they have learnt all about the season of Autumn? Can you go on a Autumn treasure hunt and find leaves of different colours - RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, BROWN and GREEN. 

Can you make an autumnal picture with your child, maybe leaf rubbing or sticking and making a leaf picture?

Look at the examples below for inspiration! smiley



🍁Leaf Trouble 🍃(Read Aloud books for children) -Fall Books

🍄 Please join us for a dramatic read of Leaf Trouble by Johnathan Emmitt and Carolyn Church read by Miss Jill. A cute story about a squirrel and the changing of leaves to his favorite tree. Beautiful pictures. #Kidsbooksreadaloud #kidsbooksonline #storiesonline ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Click here to purchase and see all of my read aloud books and support this channel and authors.

Friday 14th October 2022

This week we have been learning and talking about our bodies - from our head and facial features, right down to our toes! Ask your child about what they can do with their bodies - can they point to and name the different parts?

Join in with the Head, shoulders, knees and toes video below.  


We have also begun to talk about our families and have painted our family trees this week. Talk with your child about the word 'family' and who is in their family. If you have not already uploaded some family photos to Tapestry, please could you do this as we will be, using them with your child next week.


Have a super weekend - we would love to see some 'family fun' photographs.

Just upload to Tapestry for us to comment on smiley

Head Shoulders Knees & Toes (Sing It)

Get the Super Simple App for iOS! ► Sing along with this super simple version of the classic kids song, "Head Shoulders Knees and Toes." This version is a little faster than our "Learn It" version of the Head Shoulders Knees and Toes song, but still gently paced for young learners.


In Maths this week we have been finding things that match and have used the words 'Is it the same?' Can you find any objects in your house and play a matching game with your child? Could be sorting socks to find the same colour or pattern or setting the table and finding the same items of cutlery!

You can be as creative as you like with this one, but please upload some photos to Tapestry, to share your child's learning at home with us! yes

Do you know what is Peppa's favorite game? She loves playing cards games, just like this one. Well, not the same cards games that you probably imagine, but, a game that will test your memory and agility, because you have to pay attention and remember each card.

Friday 7th October 2022


This week we have read the story 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Judith Kerr. Listen and watch the video with your child below - can they tell you anything they remember about the story?

We have also practised keeping a steady beat in our Phonics sessions, with different body percussion movements. Ask your child to show you clapping 4 times, patting their knees and stamping their feet along to the 'Steady beat' music.

We have also talked about the numbers 1 and 2. Can your child identify any objects at home or out and about that correspond with these numbers, for example, 1 spoon and shoes or socks etc.

We would love to see any photographs or videos on Tapestry smiley

Our story for this week is 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Judith Kerr. Could you have a tea party with some cuddly toys - what food would you have?  I would love to see some pictures on Tapestry!  Do you have any other Tiger stories at your house that you could share with a grown up?


Ever wondered what would happen if a tiger joined you for tea?Why not join Sophie and her mummy to find out in this exciting story written by Judith Kerr.If ...

Steady Beat Practice

This fun video will help your students see and hear the steady beat! Add instruments, body percussion, scarves, or other manipulatives to make keeping the st...

 Friday 30th September 2022


This week we have been talking about colours we know and like.  We read the story of Elmer and how he did not like being all different colours!  Listen and watch the video below, with your child. Can they tell you which part of the story they liked best and why?

We have enjoyed singing counting songs at Nursery and have learnt what the Number 1 Numicon shape looks like.


Elmer - The Patchwork Elephant | Children's Books | Read Aloud

Written and illustrated by David McKee.Elmer is different. Elmer is patchwork.The grey elephants all love him, but he soon starts to wonder what it would be ...