Home Learning 20.4.20

Date: 20th Apr 2020 @ 12:09pm

Hello! I am aware that some of you are having difficulties accessing the homework section of the website today. 

Here is a copy of the home learning activities. If you have trouble commenting or responding - please use the nursery email address which is n@parkview.manchester.sch.uk.

Good morning everyone! I hope that you have had a good Easter break. Our topic for the next few weeks is. . . .Minibeasts!! We are starting with The Hungry Caterpillar. Here are the activities I would like you to do today. 

1. The very hungry caterpillar yoga! Use this link to watch the Cosmic Yoga video for The Hungry Caterpillar. It is important for our body and mind that we keep active during this time. Comment below and let me know how you felt after the activity - where you out of breath? Could you feel your heart bumping? Were you sweaty and hot?


2. Here is a beautiful animated version of the story. Please share it and then talk about the things that happened and the things you can see in the story. Comment below with your favourite part.


3. Numberblocks! Every Monday, when we are in school, we watch the next Numberblocks video. This week it is all about learning to count by counting 1 object at a time. Watch the video then have a go at counting different things around the house. Comment below with what you counted and how many you managed to count.


4. The last thing that I would love you to do is to draw something that you have done over the Easter holiday. Did you have an Easter Egg hunt? Did you go on an interesting walk? Draw the picture and tell your adult what you have drawn. At the end, please have a go at writing your name!

(Adults, please write on the picture what they said that the picture is. An important part of Early Writing is to give meaning to marks that they make.)

Attach the picture below so that I can see it! Or, you can click add homework and attach it that way. 

Thank You

Mrs Musselle

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