Nursery - Home Learning Ideas
Weekly Home Learning Tasks
Each week we'll be setting some weekly activities children could complete at home. Click on the links below to download them.
You may also like to look at the Reception resources on the Oak National Academy website to support your home learning.
Please see the ParentMail from Mr Nunn with details on how to join our daily live sessions!
Week beginning Monday 1st March
Week beginning Monday 22nd February
Week beginning Monday 8th February
Week beginning Monday 1st February
Week beginning Monday 25th January
Week beginning Monday 18th January
Week beginning Monday 11th January
Week beginning Monday 4th January
Past Home Learning Packs (2019-2020)
Week beginning Monday 18th May
Week beginning Monday 11th May
Week beginning Monday 4th May
Week beginning Monday 27th April
Week beginning Monday 20th AprilLearn about the letter 'S' with Mrs Saunders (on YouTube)
Visit the Nursery twitter page (@hamiltonnursery) where you may also find updates from class teachers or projects you could work on at home. You don't need to be signed up to twitter, you can just click here to have a look.
Click here to download a pack of activities you could work through with your child.
Click here to download a pack of practical activities you could carry out at home.
Download another great activity book to print and complete at home:
TTS Early Years Home Activity Booklet
The teachers are keen to see any work you have produced. Please scan or photograph it, or save it and send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org - not before Monday 23 March!
Nursery Home Learning Opportunities
While your children are at home, please try to have fun with some of these activities each day to help with their pre-school development. (Download the list here)
Counting teddies up to 10
Building with Lego and blocks
Sharing out food, cutting and dividing pizza and cake
Matching socks, gloves and toys
Matching the numbers on playing cards
Sing counting songs like, “5 little monkeys jumping on the bed”
Watch “Numberblocks” Cbeebies
Communication, Language and Literacy
Reading and telling stories with each other, can you make up some funny stories?
Please re-use all of the story sheets that we have already sent home
Play I spy.....
Play rhyming games: cat, mat, sat, bat
Practise name writing and all mark making
Watch “Alphablocks” Cbeebies
Personal and Social Education
Take turns when playing games with your child
Practice hopping, skipping, crawling, jumping and slithering.
Can you move like different animals?
Can you make up a dance?
Use wool, string and laces to practice threading buttons or beads
Cut with scissors, first snipping, then cut around different shapes
Use some playdough, or salt dough (a cup of flour, a cup of salt and add a little water)
Understanding of the World
Cook and prepare food together
Look at and talk about the weather
Plant some seeds and bulbs in the garden
Find, look at and talk about some minibeasts in the garden, the park or the woods
Expressive Art and Design
Mark making in old diaries, notepads, unused wallpaper
Using paint, pens, chalk, crayons and pencils
Have fun with slime
Mix cornflour with a little water and explore!