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Week Beginning 15th June 2020

Hello boys and girls,

I hope everyone is well and safe. We are missing you lots and even more so when I went into Nursery this week. It felt very quiet and still. It was nice to see all your photos and work around the room however. The Nursery building has had a deep clean ready for whenever it is safe for us to open. I am in school on Monday and Tuesday this week if anyone needs a chat 01772 556092. Alternatively I continue to be available on EMNursery@englishmartyrs.lancs.sch.uk during school hours. Please let me know if you need anything. 

Stay Safe, 

Mrs Thomas 

Father's Day! 

Father's Day is approaching on Sunday so I thought it would be nice to reflect upon our Daddies, what they do for us and why we love them. 

 

Can you 'have a go' at drawing a picture of your Daddy and you, or even your whole family? Maybe you could make your Daddy an extra special Father's Day card drawn by you. If we were in Nursery we would have had a discussion about why we love our Daddies. Answering 'why' questions can be tricky so having some thinking time before answering is important. 

 

Our sentence starter would be "I love my Daddy because...."

Can you finish the sentence? It could be because he reads you bedtime stories, cooks tasty dinners, gives you hugs or plays games with you. Or maybe it's something completely different! 

Guess How Much I Love You

"Guess how much I love you," says Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy how much he loves him. It may help you think of some reasons why you love your Daddy.

The Night Before Father's Day Read Aloud #fathersday

It's the night before Father's Day, Mum and the kids have a plan to surprise Dad with a special gift.Can you follow along with this rhyming story? Can you recognise the rhyming words and even guess what it maybe?
I wonder if this story will give you an idea of something nice you could do for your Dad around the house.

Getting yourself dressed!

Thinking about being 'school ready' it is very important that we can independently dress ourselves from start to finish. I know being at home it is easy to have 'PJ' days and as parents we think we are helping by doing it for them. However, when your child starts Reception they need to be able to dress and change themselves for PE. So now is the perfect opportunity to get this life-long skill perfected! This week really focus on getting dressed and undressed independently. T-shirts over heads, socks on correctly, shoes done up and coats zipped on our own can be most difficult. I wonder who can meet this challenge? 

Number song 1-20 for children | Counting numbers | The Singing Walrus

Can you sing the song and count to twenty? Do you recognise the numbers on the screen? Do you know which number comes next?


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