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  Nursery            Term: Summer             Topic: Our Garden

Personal, social and emotional development

·          Work in pairs and small groups at classroom activities

·          Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·          Join in discussions about stories and books that emphasise moral issues

·          Put on coats, aprons, dressing up clothes with support

 

Communication & Language

·         Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·         Learn to listen attentively to stories

·         Describe the taste of fruit and vegetables

·         Listen to stories/ rhymes and joining in with actions and phrases

·         Sequencing Stories using props, pictures, puppets

·         Take part in role play and storytelling with puppets

Physical Development

·          Using tools to cut – making fruit salad

·          Healthy  eating

·          Shopping trips with dolls and bikes

·          Play ‘hide the turnip’

·          Gardening on a small patch.

·          Games eg. Oranges & Lemons.

Literacy

·          Create letter shapes in the sand, with paint brushes, ribbons, etc

·          Introduce letter shapes e.g. in own names

·          Begin to make marks, copy names

·          Writing names with seeds

Mathematical Development

·         Matching and sorting by colour.

·         Sorting and counting beans.

·         Seed patterns & sequencing. Shape & size

·         Comparing length of grass/beans

·         Counting leaves up to 10.

·         Counting songs. Sorting & classifying vegetables.

·         Discussing shape & size.

Understanding the World 

·          Weekly cooking with the children and tasting a range of food to develop their preferences – using a variety of fruit and vegetables

·          Learning about others cultures to begin to establish children’s sense of self-identity and their families

·          Find out about how the different vegetables grow e.g. underground/over ground

·          Find out what seeds grow into

·          Grow vegetables in the Nursery

Expressive Arts & Designs

·         Creating dance/pretending to be act like leaves – movement.

·         Make seed shakers.

·         Seed collage.

·         Decorating pots for seeds.

·         Painting scarecrows

·         Leaf prints & collage.

·         Growing herb pots.

 

 

Please help your child by:

·          Encouraging your child to eat a variety of fruit and vegetables.

·          Learning the names of fruit and vegetables and describe them.

·          Visit and borrow books from your local library.

·          Grow plants at home and look after them.

·          Help them to practise saying number names and count everyday objects at home.




























Nursery            Term: Spring             Topic: Traditional Tales

Personal, social and emotional development

 

·          Work in pairs and small groups at classroom activities

·          Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·          Join in discussions about stories and books that emphasise moral issues

·          Put on coats, aprons, dressing up clothes with support

 

Communication & Language

·          Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·          Learn to listen attentively to stories

·          Listen to stories/ rhymes and joining in with actions and phrases

·          Take part in role play and storytelling with puppets

·          Develop the appropriate use of social language for greeting and communicating with adults and other children

 

Physical Development

·          Learning to negotiate space and objects around them

·          Develop children’s control in the use of mark-making tools, blocks and construction sets

·          Use of obstacle courses e.g. can they jump over small obstacles like a gingerbread man?

Literacy

·          Create letter shapes in the sand, with paint brushes, ribbons, etc

·          Introduce letter shapes e.g. in own names

·          Begin to make marks, copy names

Mathematical Development

·          Matching and sorting by colour.

·          Naming and describing shapes in the environment.

·          Reciting number names in order and counting small groups of objects.

·          Ordering numbers using story characters

·          Count sounds, movements, moving things, objects in a circle, blank number track

 

Understanding the World 

·          Weekly cooking with the children and tasting a range of food to develop their preferences – making gingerbread/ chapattis/bread

·          Learning about others cultures to begin to establish children’s sense of self-identity and their families

·          Visitor/baker to visit the Nursery

 

Expressive Arts & Designs

·          Learning to mix colours and name and describe the colours they create.

·          Name and recognise colours in the environment

 

 

 

Please help your child by:

Encouraging your child to share with siblings and friends.

Encourage your child to dress and undress themselves at home.

Learning the names of colours and describing colours in the environment.

Encourage your child to name shapes when out and about.

Visit and borrow books from your local library

Help them to practise saying number names and count everyday objects at home



Nursery            Term: Autumn             Topic: Our Nursery

Personal, social and emotional development

 

·         Establish simple routines of the day

·         Familiarise themselves with the Nursery environment, both inside and outside

·         Develop tidy up time routines

·         Take turns to use limited equipment e.g. bikes, computer etc

·         Work in pairs and small groups at classroom activities

·         Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·         Put on coats, aprons, dressing up clothes with support

 

Communication and Language

·         Talk to adults and peers in pairs and small groups

·         Learn to listen attentively.

·         Listen to stories/ rhymes and joining in with actions and phrases

·         Take part in role play and storytelling with puppets

·         Develop the appropriate use of social language for greeting and communicating with adults and other children

 

Physical Development

·         Make a range of jigsaws and threading activities

·         Dressing up, fastening coats, etc

·         Use paintbrushes, mark-makers and scissors

·         Play with sand and water toys

·         Snack time routines

·         To understand that equipment and tools have to be used safely

 

Literacy

·         Take library books home

·         Look through books alone and with adults

·         Talk about pictures in books

·         Join in stories, rhymes and songs

·         Practise making marks using pens, pencils, crayons, chalks, paints, sand, dough

 

Mathematical Development

·         Sing number songs and rhymes

·         Recite number names in order

·         Recognise none and zero in stories, rhymes and when counting

·         Count sounds, movements, moving things

·         Sort cups, plates, knives and forks in home corner

 

Understanding of the World

·         Get to know where things are kept in the new classroom

·         Become familiar with regular journeys within the school premises e.g. class to outside, class to toilets etc

·         Develop language of time through sequencing events and daily routines

·         Weekly cooking sessions and tasting a range of food to develop their preferences

 

Expressive Arts & Designs

·           =Learn to mix colours and name and describe the colours they create

·         Collage with different fabrics, papers, foods and materials

·         Make music through singing, body sounds, classroom objects and musical instruments

·         Recreate and make up new characters and stories through imaginative and small world play

Please help your child by:

  • Talking to your child about their day in the Nursery and playing alongside them at home
  • Encouraging your child to share with siblings and friends
  • Encourage your child to dress and undress themselves at home e.g. fasten their coats
  • Making sure your child goes to bed on time
  • Bringing your child to Nursery everyday!
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