How to help your Nursery child at home

To all our Nursery children,

While you are at home you could ask your Mummy, Daddy, big brother, big sister, Gran or Grandad to help you with your learning. Here are a few ideas, along with some useful websites and Apps.

Make time to share a book

Count every day- anything and…

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Helping your EYFS child at home

There are lots of ways to help your child at home, and having a structure for your day will help. Try to have work activities mixed with outside games and time to relax. 

 

Physical Activities

On youtube search for 'Go Noodle', 'Joe Wicks 5 minute workouts' and 'Just Dance Kids' for short…

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"Balanceability"

 

For the past few weeks, the Nursery children have had lots of fun taking part in the brilliant"Balanceability" sessions. Balanceability is a learn to cycle programme for young children. 

During the sessions, the children had the opportunity to develop their balance and cycling…

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10 Little Penguins

 

The Nursery children are really enjoying learning all about numbers and are very busy counting lots of different things.
You can help your child to develop their counting skills at home by singing counting songs such as '10 Little Penguins' and using a counting finger to count objects…

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Rhyme week challenge

 

The Nursery children enjoyed the Rhyme Week Challenge.

The children worked hard to learn the lyrics and gestures to sing the Nursery Rhymes Hickory Dickory Dock, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes.

Click on the links below and watch our little singers…

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Helping your child at home

There are some new resources which have become available that we would like to share with you. 

 

Hungry Little Minds is a government initiative offering activities and apps for parents with children from 0-5 years. Have a look at the website and see if there is anything that you might find…

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Reception place for September 2020

 

An important reminder about the application for a Reception place 2020. The deadline is 15th January 2020. 

Click on our poster below with more information about how and where to apply.

If you are having difficulties getting online or filling in the form please ask Belfield Nursery…

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Playing and Exploring

 

The Nursery children were engaged in different activities to explore and to learn more about pumpkins.
They carried the pumpkins around the classroom, they had a close look inside of the pumpkins and also the children had a go tasting the fruit.
Take a look at the pictures below!


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Supporting your child at home...

 

You can support your child at home by talking about the activities on the  Autumn 2 plan. Take a look and see what the Nursery children will be learning this term.

The Nursery staff are always available to help, so please pop in if you have any questions and queries or need advice – you…

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Evidence Me

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Our first few weeks in reception

We spent the first few weeks in reception learning about 'Over and Under the Waves' reading The Rainbow Fish and The Night Pirates. 

Have a look at all of the things we got up to!

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Say no to racism!

On the last day of term, everyone in school wore red to show that we say NO to racism at Belfield. In reception we talked about how everyone is different, and how that is so special. We drew pictures of what we looked like, and we noticed that we looked different, and also that we liked different…

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