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Thursday 14th October 2021


Sing the Days of the Week song with your children.  Talk about what the day was yesterday, what day it is today, how many days are there and what initial sound can they hear with each day.

Days of the Week Song | The Singing Walrus

Go on a Autumn Hunt outside and collect five different autumn object.  Can you make an Autumn Sensory jar/bottle?  These would be lovely to bring in to school on Monday and share with us and we can also add them to our Autumn exploring table. Below you will find instructions on how to make it.

Autumn Sensory Bottle/Jar instructions

PE - Cosmic Kids Yoga

We're Going on a Bear Hunt | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

A Cosmic Kids yoga adventure about going on a bear hunt! (Inspired by the wonderful book by Michael Rosen)🌈 Watch our videos ad-free on the Cosmic Kids app:...

Wednesday 13th October 2021

We have been exploring and learning lots about the Autumn season and we share this song in our morning routine to help us recognise that their are four different seasons.

If You Know All the Seasons | Four Seasons Song for Kids | The Kiboomers

The Kiboomers! Four Seasons Song. If You Know All the Seasons, clap your hands! Learning Autumn, Spring, Winter and Summer! ★Get this song on iTunes: https...

As part of our phonics in the Autumn term we do lots of dough disco to strengthen our fine motor skills.  Below is an example of one of the songs we love to squeeze our dough too.

Fine motor development | Playdough song | If you're happy and you know it

A fun playdough song to develop fine motor control and coordination - get your kids ready for writing! Easy to follow playdough routine which is 3 minutes lo...

We have recently started to use Fred talk in our morning phonics routine, which is part of our Read Write Inc phonics programme.  Below is a Fred talk game for you to share and play with your children.

Read Write Inc. - Fred Games - The Fridge Ep1

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Maths Activity - Numbers to 5 Scavenger Hunt (Outdoors)

- Grown up- think of an object and a number to 5 (you can use a dice as an enhancement and encourage your child to count the number of spots the dice has landed on)


- Ask your child - Can you run and find this number of objects, such as 'Find 4 brown leaves' ?


- How many did you find?


- Can you check by counting?


- Can you arrange your objects in a different way? Is there still the same number?