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Monday 11th January

Monday 11th January 2021

Good afternoon everyone,

I hope that you are well and that you all managed to speak to your key person today. We will know towards the end of the week how many children can safely return to nursery on the 18th of January. 

This week in nursery the book of the week is “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak. You can listen below to Shazna reading this timeless story, feeling misunderstood at home and at school, mischievous Max escapes to the land of the Wild Things where he finds majestic and sometimes fierce creatures. They allow Max to become their leader, and he promises to create a kingdom where everyone will be happy. However, Max soon finds that being king is not easy and that, even being with the Wild Things, there is something missing.

Children really enjoy this story and after listening together why not try some of our home learning activities based on the book.  Click on the link below.

Today in nursery children made a boat like Max and invented their own “wild things”.

Two year olds enjoyed making their own salt dough from scratch.

 We have a ground floor friend on the blog today practicing his phonics, isn’t he doing a good job!

Remember keep sending your pictures and videos and have a nice evening

 

Stay Safe.

"Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak - read by Shazna

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Listen to our book of the week and have fun with the home learning activities below

Look who is practicing his phonics, good work!

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Fun with letters

Red Class make their own salt dough

Children made a boat like Max and created their own "wild thing"

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