Hi Nursery and Parents,
I hope you are all well and keeping safe! It’s been lovely to speak to so many of you on the phone (I’ll be calling again on Friday 29th!) To all the children who have sent me some super work over email thank you so much! It has put a huge smile on my face! Keep sending them…
I’ve updated the home learning here for you again but please don’t forget to check our blog too.
There’s a new challenge for you everyday and you can even comment on the link to show us the super work you have done!
You can also send me a letter or a picture in the post. Send it to:
Coppice Primary Academy,
Oldham OL8 1AP
We could take a picture and put it on our blog! You might inspire someone to do something similar!
I am missing every single one of you very much and I cant wait to see you soon! Keep safe and enjoy the time together.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diMJIlv-4N0 – counting song
Lots of fairy tales are available to watch on youtube. Follow the link below and choose one to watch
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifXlc0QI2kY – The Rainbow Fish
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75NQK-Sm1YY&t=251s – The Very Hungry Caterpillar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NbyiDpY6Ww – What the Ladybird Heard
Lots of Julia Donaldson’s books have been turned into short films. They are all on the BBC iplayer website. Follow the link below to choose one
Oxford Owls website allows you to sign up for free and have access to stories which you can read online together. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/user/sign_up.html
There are some great activities on here to help with initial reading skills
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAT5NiWHFIU – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhWDiQRrC1Y – The Very Hungry Caterpillar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKmRB2Z3g2s – On the Farm
You can also access the huge range of free things that companies and celebrities are doing
-Twinkl are offering a free months subscription – you need tomake an account but it wont charge you.
-Joe Wicks – Daily workout on youtube
-Jamie Oliver has some good ideas about how and what to cook. Maybe you could make dinner or tea together?
Activities that don’t need the internet
There are lots more ideas like this on our blog… There are new ones added everyday!
Bugs and buttons (Free/£1.99)
A great app covering a wide range of basic skills: numbers and counting, fine motor skills, colours, sequencing, sorting, basic problem solving, matching and memory games
Hairy letters (£1.99)
An app for working on phonics and letter formation. It includes upper and lower case letters. Letters can then be fitted together to make words.
Children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 use beebots as an introduction to programming. Children can enter sequences of instructions and can predict routes and plan them.
Or look on the app store and see what you can find, there are lots of educational apps out there suitable for Nursery aged children
Just a list of websites suitable for Nursery aged children
Don’t forget that you can email your home learning to us
Or find the link on our website
(click on ‘Nursery’, scroll down the page and click on ‘Early Years blog’)