Nursery - Seedlings 2019 - 2020
Nursery Seedlings 2019 -2020
Some ideas of movement and exercise activites for your children.
Welcome to Seedlings!
Our door is always open if you have any worries or concerns, please come to see us!
We are very excited to welcome our children and families into our beautiful setting. We have amazing new resources and areas for learning for our fantastic Seedlings!
The Seedlings team this year is:
Mrs Smith and Mrs Ridgway.
Each week we will be going into the woodland area to explore and investiagate the outdoor space. Please remember to bring a spare change of clothes, which can be left in a bag on their peg, a coat and a pair of named wellies as the sessions may differ each week so that all children can access it.
Every Thursday morning the children will be doing P.E in the hall. We do not get changed for P.E, we will just be taking off shoes and socks.
Our Theme for the Spring term : animals and birds
In Nursery we will be bird watching, making bird food, visiting a farm and find out about animals, birds and thier babies and where they live. We will also be thinking about and using numbers and shapes, thinking about rhyming and alliteration, singing songs, playing instruments, building, painting, exploring the sand, water and play dough.
In Nursery we will be:
Singing our favourite nursery rhymes and songs
Making new friends
Moving in different ways during PE
Going on outdoor walks
Sharing new stories
Role-playing in the home corner
Using all the new areas of our classroom
Learning how to look after all of our lovely resources.
The children will begin Phase 1 phonics which is singing, hearing sounds and recognising rhyming words alongside playing lots of listening games.
This term we will be concentrating on numbers and amounts to 10. Learning new shapes both 2D and 3D and each week as well as thinking about mathematical language such as, taller, shorter, round, flat etc. Please help your child by identifying numbers, shapes in their environment, and using the correct language when describing objects eg: by asking the children to find a green item, or a look at that tall tree or looking for a certain number on front doors on the way to and from school.
Here is a link to some information for parents on what to expect in the foundation stage. http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/files/2015/09/4Children_ParentsGuide_Sept_2015v4WEB1.pdf
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