Click one of the links below to enjoy a wake up shake up dance to get your body, and mind, ready for the day ahead.
Please log in to Tapestry to find your phonics session for the day and the activities for you to join in with and complete. Remember to share your learning at the end of the day with your teachers.
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.
Enjoy a break from your busy morning and have a piece of fruit, a dink of water and sing along to some of the nursery rhymes we enjoy in the classroom.
Please look on Tapestry to find the activity for you to follow today.
Now it's time for you to read a book to your adult. Please log in to Oxford Owl (link below) using our class login details (as seen on Tapestry) and choose an e-book.
Once you've read a story, it's now time to listen to a story being read to you! You can listen to the e-books on Oxford Owl, alternatively, there are some more choices on Cbeebies Story time (link below.)
Happy reading and listening!
Have a nice break and enjoy a restful lunch. Afterwards make sure to maybe get out for a walk or follow the activity/game idea on Tapestry to keep active and feeling motivated for the rest of your day.
Follow the link below to a calming routine to get you focused and ready for the afternoon activities.
Log in to Tapestry to view the video and activities for today's maths learning. Please remember to share some of your learning at the end of the day.
Have some independent time to choose some activities and games on your own.
Click the link below to find the video for today's dough disco song and get your fingers moving!
Look on Tapestry to find your story for today, read by one of your teachers.