W/C 13th July 2020
Dear Parents and Carers, As we enter into the last week of this summer term, I thought that this is a lovely prayer for you to share with your child:
Dear Parents and Carers,
Well, we are entering into the last 3 days of the summer term! I do hope that your child has enjoyed doing the Home Learning activities which we have been putting up each week and that these have helped to support them with their continued learning and development. It has been lovely to see your photographs showing us what you have been doing at home.
In school today, we have been talking about ‘moving up’ to Reception and which class the children will be going to. We have looked at the Reception Class videos and it would be helpful if you could show these videos to your child too. It will provide a good starting point for talking about their new class and what to expect on their first day back in September.
I am putting up some activity ideas for the last week of term which are based around the theme 'Summer Holidays'. I am also including some other fun activities which your child might like to do over the summer holidays.
It is certainly a great shame that all of the little ‘Snowflakes’ cannot finish this academic year altogether. We miss seeing the children but we look forward to seeing you all again in September. On behalf of Mrs. Badger, myself and all of the other adults who work in Nursery, I would like to wish you all a very happy and peaceful time over the summer holidays. Enjoy your family time.
My best wishes,
Last Week of Term - Summer Holidays Theme
Monday - Literacy Focus
Watch stories about the summer:
Kipper ‘The Seaside’
Have a discussion about what your child has enjoyed most during their year in Snowflakes and then have a go at the ‘My Favourite Things’ sheet.
Tuesday - Number Focus
Play Number Balloons on Top Marks www.topmarks.co.uk maths games.
Cut out the ‘Summer Holidays’ pictures and order the numbers 1-10 and 11-20.
Wednesday – Art Focus
Look at PowerPoint about The Seaside, ‘Now and Then’. Look at the similarities and differences.
Make a seaside picture – drop blue and white paint onto paper. Children use their fingers to swirl the colours together to make a sea picture. Add sand to make the beach. Stick on seaside images to make a picture.