Task 1 – Listen to the story of The Rubbish Monster Thing (below). Then think and talk about the different kinds of rubbish/things you throw away in the bin. (Literacy, Communication and Language)
Task 2 – Rot or Not Experiment! Choose a selection of items, such as; plastic bottle, sheet of newspaper, glass bottle, egg shell, cardboard carton, plastic carrier bag, empty can of pop, empty baked beans tin, an apple core etc and create a mini landfill by burying them together. Can you guess if the things you have buried will rot or not? In 2 weeks time you need to check to see what has happened and then again in 1 month. Can you talk about what has happened? Are there any changes?
(Communication and Language and Understanding the World)
Task 3 – Create a picture or an art wall by painting recycled materials (Expressive Arts and Design)
Additional Task – Watch ‘Come Outside’ Rubbish and see how milk bottles are made from recycled clear glass. (Understanding the World)
The Rubbish Monster Thing
Come Outside - Rubbish
A green edition of the educational series for children. Auntie Mabel and Pippin the dog explore the world around - on the ground, under the ground and someti...
Hi Nursery children. I have bought this book for my daughter and thought I would share it on your page as I think it helps to explain what it feels like in life right now, as lots of things are very different. I hope you are all having fun at home, I sure miss seeing you all having fun in the Nursery playground and in the woods with Whisper.
Enjoy the book and take care. Mrs Hastings xx
Pirates’ topic continued...
W/C 18th May – Portside Pirates
Task 1 – Listen, learn and join in with the song.(Expressive Arts and Design)
Task 2 – Play Shipwreck game; Learn and respond to the commands below. Call the commands faster to add more challenge. (Physical Development and Communication and Language)
Task 3 – Count Coins; Find the total number of items in two groups by counting all of them. Please remember to wash your hands afterwards if you’re handling coins or you can practice counting using any objects you wish!(Mathematics)
Additional task – Make a telescope (Expressive Arts and Design)
Port Side Pirates! | Barefoot Books Singalong
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Just Dance Kids 2014 A Pirate You Shall Be
Family Friendly Gaming (http://www.familyfriendlygaming.com/) is pleased to share this game play video for Just Dance Kids 2014. Want to support Family Frien...
Aye me Hearties! We would have ended our Pirate topic in nursery with a good old party!
So feel free to dress up as a pirate with your hats, telescopes and treasure maps, play some pirate games, go on a treasure hunt, make the grown ups in your house walk the plank and tuck into some Fish and chips!!!
We hope you've enjoyed our learning and activities on this topic and look forward to seeing you soon! :)
Whisper left this story for us hidden in the bluebells - I wonder if you can spot any Bog Babies in the bluebells near you?!
Pirates love underpants - Books Alive!
Books Alive! presents a reading of Claire Freedman and Ben Cort's hilarious addition to the Underpants series is full of pirates, sharks and treasure. You'll...
Pirates’ topic continued…
W/C 11th May – Pirates Love Underpants
Task 1 - Listen to the story and choose a character from the story to describe it using as many interesting words as you can! Here are some picture clues to help you… E.G He has a long dirty beard. A colourful parrot sits on his shoulder. (Literacy and Communication and Language)
Task 2 - Make a treasure map just like in the story and don’t forget to use a X to mark the spot! (Physical Development and Expressive Arts and Design)
Dip the teabag into the water and smear it all over both sides of the white paper.
Let the paper dry and then use coloured pens to draw on your map.
Roll your map up into a scroll and use a strip of ribbon to put a bow around it.
Task 3 –Practice lots of counting, you can count pants like in the story or we would have used coins in nursery. Can you carefully count up to 6 items from a larger group? Find out how many are left? You can count claps, jumps or even steps to see how many it takes to ‘walk the plank’. (Mathematics)
Additional task –Freeze some treasure! How can you get the treasure out!? Maybe sometreasure-excavating tools will help? Such as; salt, spray bottles with water, Calpol syringes with warm water and toothbrushes. Some fun treasures to freeze could include; coins, plastic animals, polished rocks. You can also freeze individual treasures in ice cubes for quicker treasure-hunting adventures. Using coloured water in spray bottles is fun too!
We hope you have fun doing these activities but please don't worry if you don't get chance to do them :)
Mrs Tompkins had entered Holly Hill into the English Heritage Dance for VE day competition...and we only went and won!
The English Heritage was going to send 1940s-style dancers across the country 75 years after peace in Europe was first celebrated. Unfortunately this is unable to happen but they have arranged this instead...
English Heritage’s VE Day Commemorations on Friday 8th May!
5PM: Dance for VE Day with Lindy Hop Dance Troupe and Band
Hope you're able to join in with the VE Day celebrations in any way that you can. I've also put some activities on the Distance Learning Page - general ideas and websites.
Mrs Tompkins x x
Holly Hill Archives Question 7
Ahoy me hearties it’s time to learn about Pirates!!!
W/C 4th May – 10 Little Pirates
Task 1 - Listen to the story and see if you can join in with it…can you represent the amount of pirates in the story by showing that number on your fingers? (Literacy, Communication and Language and Mathematics)
Task 2 - Learning about 1 less; do some counting backwards from 5 and 10 to start with. Then can you find 1 less from a group of up to 5 objects? After that see if you can find 1 less from a group of up to 10 objects? (Mathematics)
Task 3 – Floating and Sinking; Using objects such as; a coin, pencil, cotton wool ball, crayon, rubber band, wooden stick etc. Investigate to see what objects bob on the sea (water) like in the story or which objects sink to the bottom? You can do this activity in a tub of water, in the kitchen sink or even in the bath! To show your results you can have a go at drawing the object and putting a smiley face for float and a sad face for sink. Perhaps you can talk about why some of the objects float and some of them sink?
(Understanding the World, Communication and Language, Literacy and Expressive Arts and Design)
Additional Task – Play the Great Pirate (Swashbuckle) game on CBeebies. Captain Hey Ho, Cook and Line have taken all the jewels! Help Gem win her jewels back through lots of different challenges. (Understanding the World)
Happy Birthday Mrs Tompkins. With lots of love from all the Nursery Children xxxx
Starting Monday 27.04.20
💙 Ready for a weekend challenge Holly Hill?
💙 We want to see your photos that represent the phrase “Happy is...”
💙 It can be something making you happy now or something you’re looking forward to post lock down. It could be something or someone that makes you happy, your favourite place that makes you happy or a sign explaining what makes you happy.
💙 You can be as creative as you like with your “Happy is...” photo, edit and add text if you want to
💙When it’s done, we want you to send it to us at email@example.com
💙We will then work our magic on it and see what we can create with everyone’s photos
💙The deadline for photos to be sent is midnight on Sunday!
💙By sending us your photo you are agreeing to us sharing it on the school website and social media
💙Ready, steady, go!!!!
Love Mrs Steed xxx
For a selection of websites to support with your child's learning, please find these on the distance learning - general ideas and websites link under the children heading. Thank you
We also use Griffin OT activities within school, please have a look each day for daily activities using the information below. - enjoy Mrs Warsop.
The Enormous Turnip
W/C 27th April - The Enormous Turnip continued (week 2)
Task 1 - Listen to the story again and remember to join in with the repeated refrains... "Heave-Ho! Heave-Ho! But they cannot pull it up!" Maybe have a large ball or space hopper which could be the Enormous Turnip? Have a go at acting out the story…maybe some of your family could come and help you pull the Enormous Turnip? (Literacy, Communication and Language and Personal Social Emotional Development)
Task 2 - Create a character from the story either by building it using different resources like Duplo or Lego or draw, colour/collage/ paint it or do a box model? Be as creative as you like! (Expressive Arts and Design)
Task 3 - Learn all the common 2D Shapes (circle, triangle, square & rectangle) and recognise them in your environment; Go on a shape hunt around your house/garden and see how many different shapes you can see? Have a go at talking about them using words such as; round, tall etc. E.G It has 3 sides, 3 corners (triangle). (Maths) Please also see below some tablet friendly - Shape Games.
Additional Task - Make a turnip shape out of play dough by rolling it and then use a plastic knife and fork to cut it into small pieces. (Physical Development)
Don’t forget to keep watering the seeds if you were able to plant some. Talk about the changes you can see/have noticed. (Understanding the World)
It's been lovely to see all the wonderful things you have been doing at home on Tapestry :)
Tablet Friendly - Shape Games
Click on the image below to access the Shape Monster game.
Click on the image below to access the Shape Pattern game
Task 1 - Listen to the story and join in with the repeated refrains... "Heave-Ho! Heave-Ho! But they cannot pull it up!"(Literacy and Communication and Language)
Task 2 - Find items in your home which are: small, big and bigger (size). Short, tall and taller (height). Short, long and longer (length). Can you put these items in order? (Mathematics)
Task 3 - Draw a large turnip, colour or paint it and then cut it out to practice your cutting skills - remember to hold the scissors safely, put your thumb in one whole and the next two fingers in the other, hold the piece of paper steady in the other hand and open and close the scissors with your thumb positioned on top. Adult supervision and support will be needed. My three year old thinks that scissors are hedge cutters! (Physical Development and Expressive Arts and Design)
Additional Task - Help in the garden...plant seeds, water them and watch them grow just like in the story.
(Understanding the World and Personal, Social and Emotional Development)
The above activities cover all 7 Areas of Learning from our EYFS Curriculum and they can be done throughout the week. If you would like to upload all the lovely things you're doing at home to Tapestry we would love to see them! :)
CLT English Green2_01.Story_The Enormous Turnip
한꿈아이의 CLT English Green2 The Enormous Turnip의 애니메이션입니다. 커다란 무를 뽑기위해 함께 무를 뽑아보는데요, 어떤 재미난 일이 펼쳐질까요? 함께 감상해 보세요.
Don’t forget to check out the sport page for daily active tasks (click the image below) and for lots of information from our sports leader who organises our competitions - they have found a way of doing these online😁
Here are simple recipes using baking ingredients for play dough, paint and ice paint to create at home if you would like.
Story time - My Granny is a pirate
Bedtime Story - The Gingerbread Man
Time for a story - What's in the Witch's Kitchen
Story Time with Mrs Tompkins - Keith The Cat With The Magic Hat