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The Home Learning is based on the teaching and learning that the children would have been receiving in class. Home learning will be placed on the school website every Monday and is primarily for those children who are having to self isolate at home. Early Years Home Learning is designed for all children and their families to engage with at home and is designed to reinforce what is being learned in school.

 

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Week beginning 22nd March 2021

Happy Spring Everyone!  We hope you are all keeping well and enjoying the nice weather that has come our way.   Perfect for our growing vegetables.  The seeds we have planted have all sprouted and growing tall and string.  They will soon be ready to replant in our outdoor garden.

 

This week we are reading Oliver's Vegetables by Allison Bartlett and Vivian French.  It is a story about a boy who claims he doesn't like vegetables but once he helps to pick them from his grandfather's garden he finds he actually does enjoy them.  

 

As the children are planting vegetables and trying them in school it is a good time to try some new ones at home.  Did you know it takes at least 16 tries before a child will start to like the taste of new things.  It's good to encourage perseverance with vegetables and fruit.  Let us know if you try any new vegetables at home.

 

Thank you,

The EYFS Team

 

 

 

The topic map below will inform you of all the different learning we will be taking part in this half term.

EYFS Topic Map Spring 2

Why not experiment with vegetables and use them for pizza toppings.  It's easy to make your own mini pizzas at home.

Mini Muffin Recipe

Spring has sprung!  Use your Espresso username and password to find out more.
Everyday in Nursery we do some kind of counting.  It is important that young children count items as much as they can.  We are learning how to point to each item as we count.  We are also learning to count things like jumps, claps, and things we can't move.  We are learning that the last number we say is how many all together.

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