Welcome Owls and Hedgehogs to today's Home Learning tasks and activities. Please follow any links provided to videos and join in, or watch them. And please look on Tapestry, where indicated, to find and watch your other tasks for the day.
Remember to also try and read your book with your grown up, drink lots of water, and keep washing your hands!
Have a good day :)
Time to wake up and get your body moving! Which dance wold you like to take part in today?
Please log in to Tapestry to view your phonics input for today and your activities to complete in your home learning book.
During a typical school day in Early Years we provide frequent opportunities for children to 'play and learn.' Play and exploration simply means children are able to choose activities (or create experiences.) It is really important to continue to have this time in your child's day. During 'play and learn' children learn by firsthand experience – by actively ‘doing’. This time of play and exploration supports many different skills, including language, problem solving and imagination.
Take a break, have a snack, a drink and click the link below to enjoy some nursery rhymes. Sing along, if you can, and maybe try adding in some actions like we do in class.
Please log in to Tapestry to find the fine motor activity for today. Your grown up may need to help you get some resources ready, and you may need to help a little if we need you to use scissors.
Remember to hold them safely children!
Please log in to Tapestry to find an idea of a game, or activity, you could do after eating your lunch to keep you active and feeling ready for your learning.
Have some time to choose some independent activities.
Please log in to Tapestry to find your maths video and activities for today. Record any of your own ideas in your home learning book, or ask your grown up to take some pictures or videos of what you find and do.
Follow the link below to watch the dough disco song for today. Get your fingers and hands moving and have a boogie!
Please log in to Tapestry to find the story for today, read by one of your teachers. Make sure to listen out for the activity you are asked to complete at the end of the book.