We’re well into the final half term of the year and the sun is shining once again. Hopefully you are all still keeping busy and enjoying time at home with your families. I have seen some recent pictures of some families meeting up with grandparents for the first time in months which is really lovely to see. Make sure you snap some pictures of the things you are getting up to and email them directly to me (kate.fraser@allertonceprimary.com) or alternatively upload them onto storypark.

Have a go…

This week it would be lovely if you could have a look at this All about me activity sheet. Following on from last week, we are beginning to think about transitions from Nursery into Reception. With new teachers, friends and classrooms it is a lovely time to reflect on things that you enjoy doing. I have attached the template, feel free to download and print or fill in on the computer. You could draw, collage, write your ideas down. It is important that the children have an awareness of their own name, what it looks like and can make plausible attempts at writing some of their sounds. It would be fantastic to maybe do some counting and discuss how old the children are and how they represent this.

Take a picture of your final product and upload or email them to me along with any extras (such as a page of collaged pictures or drawings).

Tomorrow I will upload another additional simple task to be getting on with. This week we will focus on Maths so starting with basic counting songs and games is a great place to start. 5 little ducks, 5 little speckled frogs, 5 little men, 10 green bottles are some of our favourites at Nursery!

2 thoughts on “22.06.2020

  1. Hi, sorry i don’t know if i am not looking properly but i can’t seem to find the attatched activity sheet

    Thank you
    Kindest Regards
    Mason’s mum

    • Hi! I wasn’t too sure how to attach a document so it is probably not right on my end. I will email it out via parent mail in the morning!

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