With a Moo Moo Here And A Quack Quack There……

With a Moo Moo Here And Quack Quack There…… What a ‘Moovelous ‘ Week for Meadows! Spring is in the air!  We have been extra busy making the...

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With a Moo Moo Here And Quack Quack There……

What a ‘Moovelous ‘ Week for Meadows!

Spring is in the air!  We have been extra busy making the most of the glorious weather this week with plenty of water investigations and Yoga on the grass! Meadows have also been super imaginative with the small world farm animals and learning the names of their young. Ask your child to name some and see if they can remember.

On Thursday, all of Early Years enjoyed participating in a professional skipping session! We then came back to class and continued to build on our skipping skills. You could practice skipping at home too!

Next Week:

Focus Text: Lola Get’s A Cat By A. McQuinn

Adult Focus: Literacy-Writing (PD letter formation & cutting), Reading, CL-Speaking, EAD-BIAE-Create a strange animal and write the initial sound for its name. (Cut and stick various animal parts to create a new creature)

MD: Numerical Pattern– create animals shapes using Numicon

Literacy:  Word Reading & Understanding– Animal Alliterations-Akira’s Animal Alphabet Alliterations                                             https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-IpfL1uCgc

EAD: Creating with materials-create a ball/fishing rod toy for a rescue cat at the Wood Green Animal Charity and write a class letter to send with toys.

Being Imaginative and Expressive. I can join in with some farm animal action songs and rhymes. Extend by– make up my own version/rhyme

UW: Recalling information from last week about animal facts.

Playing an interactive animal rescue game on ‘CATS Protection-cats.org.uk   ‘understanding cats’ needs.’

Ways to support at home. Celebrate home learning by – Think of your own animal alliterations, can you bring these to nursery to celebrate aloud?

Watch Animal Alliterations-Akira’s Animal Alphabet Alliterations                                                                                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-IpfL1uCgc

Alliteration for Kids – A to Z Examples – English Grammar – Alliteration/Rhyming/Repetition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQKSOoFwzhA

Continue to play number games, ‘roll and count dice’ games focusing on taking turns.

Practice playing ‘kim’s game’- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-u9-Z68rApY

Go on ‘Spring Walk’ and see what you can spot. Take a photo to share. What is starting to grow? Search what its’ name? Ask an adult to read/scribe your description. How is the weather changing?

Reading: Continue to read individual letters of their name by saying the sounds for each. Can you find these sounds when you read together? Play ‘spot the sound X!’

Writing: Practice forming the letters of your name correctly with control. Remember, only a capital letter at the start of a name please.

Healthy Choices: Eat them to defeat them!

You could try this recipe with an adult.

Last Week:Corn-Frizzlers.pdf (ifour-vegpower-uploads.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com)

This Week: Prue’s Paneer Curry – VegPower

Have a restful weekend!

Nursery Team