Hello Nurture group!
We hope you are all safe and well, please have a scroll down to find some links and ideas to support your children at home. We miss you all very much and we are desperate to get back to school so we can begin teaching your children again.
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Links to support children to understand the current situation:
-Covibook – an interactive resource designed to support and reassure children aged 7 and under, designed to help children explain and draw the emotions that they might be experiencing during the pandemic
Our children in Nurture Group love stories, watch these stories and encourage the children to join in with familiar parts, you will be surprised how much they know!
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06vkmht - Julia Donaldson stories
https://youtu.be/XoHn8rLj9pc - Makaton -story Dear Zoo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQNxBrONqaA - Makaton- Hungry caterpillar
- Learn the signs with your child, use the signs in daily activities, you will be amazed how quickly they pick them up.
- Learn the makaton signs with the link below.
- Singing nursery rhymes and familiar songs will help with speech and pronunciation.
Children in the Nurture Group love to explore through their different senses, try these ideas at home.
Easy to make, just use a large squirt of bubble bath, a table spoon of warm water, a tiny bit of food colouring and whisk with either an electric or hand whisk.
Ingredients to make playdough.
- 8 tbsp plain flour
- 2 tbsp table salt
- 60ml warm water
- Food colouring
Fill a container with some soapy warm water, add some lego or building blocks and let their little fingers do the rest.
Write words, letters or just mark make in shaving foam squirted onto a tray or plate.
This time at home is a really good opportunity to teach your child some life skills, for example, putting on their coats, doing up buttons, zips, putting on their socks and shoes, washing their hands, brushing their teeth, combing their hair and tidying up after themselves.
We hope that we will all see you soon,
Mrs Shazadi and Mrs Runacus