Day 28 (Fri 12/2) – Lockdown blog

Thursday 11th February | 1 comment

Daily Challenge

As it is the last day of term, we thought it would be a good idea to set a weekly challenge. Over the next few days we would like you to collect lots of natural items, while out on your family walks. We then challenge you to create a piece of natural art. You might like to research Andy Goldsworthy to gain further ideas. Please upload any photos onto your EExAT account for us to see.


Today we are going to continue to learn about the ‘ng’ phoneme. We will practise forming the letter shapes, write a word containing ‘ng’ and then have a go at writing a sentence.


Today we are going to learn the days of the week. Can you join in with the days of the week song? After todays lesson have a go at the maths day 28 sheet. Can you order the days of the week? Can you draw pictures of something you have done each day?


Please read daily by logging onto Simply enter your teacher code and select your name.

You could play a game on phonics play! Log in for free with the username: jan21. Password: home . You should also receive a reading book inside your pack.


Physical Activity

Chinese New Year

Today is the Chinese New Year. 2021 is the Year of the Ox. Watch this clip to learn all about how Chinese children celebrate.

The Chinese enjoy watching ‘Lion Dances’. Can you dance like these lions?


Nursery Learning

Well done for getting to half term!

Here are a few fun things to do with your children over the next week. Remember you can access all the previous blogs and repeat some of the activities your child has enjoyed.

Learn to walk like a crab!

Do crabs have shells?

Can you draw a crab? Which shapes can you see?

And finally a fantastic counting story. You can replay the story and pause it to ask your child to count how many legs there are.

One response to “Day 28 (Fri 12/2) – Lockdown blog”

  1. Meeta Patel says:

    Mrs Dennison, red really suits you! Hope the big bad wolf didn’t bite. Love it. It’s great to see adults role play with the children. That was the highlight for Meela! It has helped her to remember the story. Thank for making it a but more interesting and real.

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