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June Home Learning

Summer has arrived and  in the month of June we learn through the topics of The Seaside and Holidays as well as continuing to explore the creatures, plants and flowers which live in our outdoor environment. It is great to see and hear about how so many of our Nursery boys and girls have been searching for minibeasts and looking after the plants which have grown from the seeds they planted. Keep up with the activities in your Home Learning Pack and keep checking each section of the Nursery Class page for new ideas and activities.smiley  

June Week 1     Home Learning Pack Activities for week beginning 1st June

  • CBeebies website- Search for minibeasts and play Minibeast Spotter.

Watch The Minibeasts that live in water and listen to Minibeast Adventure with Jess Theme Song.

Listen to  CBeebies Radio- Waterways- Singing in the rainforest

  • BBC Bitesize- Play Bud’s Number Garden.
  • Go on a minibeast hunt.  You can tick off the minibeasts you find on your Minibeast Hunt Page.
  • Do your Minibeast Sorting Activity.
  • Draw eyes and a mouth on your Prickle the Hedgehog page.
  • Try your Inventor Scavenger Hunt.
  • Do another page of your Cutting Skills Book.
  • Find the number 5 around your house.
  • Practise pencil control on your wavy lines page.
  • Try out some of the Maths activities from the tts Home Learning Collection pages 30 and 31-Sort, Count, Match and Share.
  • Make some play dough and try some activities from tts Home Learning Collection pages 6-10.
Watch CBeebies – Grace’s Amazing Machines Series
Here are some great book suggestions about the creatures which live in our gardens.
Some book suggestions about sea creatures.
Here is a fun way to develop important listening skills and sound discrimination.  Make sure you use your 'Listening Ears' for this activity boys and girls.
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You can make these colourful butterflies using some of the resources in your home learning pack plus a few extra bits which you may have handy. 
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This month we usually start to prepare the children for the transition to Primary One.  The Getting Ready to Learn team have produced this useful  information for parents about Getting Ready for School. 
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