In this video Mrs Cartwright teaches the 'instruction' section of our instructions on how to steal tears. If you can learn to recite these instructions it will give you confidence to write your own instructions.
In this video we introduce instructions and learn to recite the intriduction and equipment list. Watch the video as many times as you need and practice reciting the instructions outloud until you know them well.
Watch this video to help you complete today's science activity.
Guidance for using our website to access home learning, parent support and the video resource library
Story stones are great for helping children retell stories. Have a go at making your own for your favourite story!
Set of instructions
Watch Yellow 2 use Talk for Writing to perform a diary entry linked to the story 'Room on a Broom' by Julia Donaldson.
Watch Yellow 2 use 'Talk for Writing' to perform the story Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
I share how to draw a question mark and what the difference is between a question and a statement.
Can you guess what Miss McCarthy has found in her kitchen? Listen carefully and play along. Maybe you can play your own listening game in your house. You could even try our online listening games on the planning this week.
Today we introduced ourselves to Miss Dutton. Miss Dutton will be an extra teaching in Nursery every Thursday and Friday.
We revisited our previous learning about colour mixing and talked about our favourite colours.
We looked around our homes to find different colours and textures.
Catch up with you friends and find out what they did on the weekend.
Watch the Nursery Phonics Fairy say 's a t p i n m' sounds.
Beegu is something you have never seen before, Beegu is somewhere she has never been before! Listen to the story to find out what happens to her. Think about how Beegu feels at different parts for the story, have you ever felt the same?
Can you work with your grown ups to make some silly alien words so you can talk just like Beegu?
Watch this story before you start Nursery Phonics Fairy lesson 1.
Can you be a super sound copier just like Harold the parrot? Listen to the sounds and say them the same, watch the Phonic Fairy's mouth to see how to make the sounds. Can you guess which object matches the sound.
Listen to the poem The sound collector by Roger McGough. Harold the parrot is a sound collector, can you be a sound collector too? Dress up like a parrot and explore your home, what sounds can you hear can you copy them? Why don't you ask your grown up to write down all the sounds you collect.
Watch along to understand how to partition numbers!
Watch this video to find out a simple way of adding using play dough. Hope you enjoy it.
Have a go at this fun subtraction game.
Take a peek at this video to see how Miss Heritage uses objects around the house to help with halving!
Get the festive feeling with Nursery!
Watch Red 2 dance right into the Christmas Holidays!
A meeting for parents to explain how the English curriculum is taught at Delves Infant and Nursery School and to how parents can support children at home in preparation for the phonics assessment and end of KS1 SATs.
Information for parents on how early reading is taught at Delves Infant and Nursery School.