School Closed to all pupils for Teacher Day - Friday 27th May 2022
Hello Nursery, I hope you are all staying safe and well. Here are some things for you to do at home while you are off. Your parents can take pictures and send them to Nursery@sumfield.bham.sch.uk and I can look at them from home. If not, you can show them to me when we get back to school.
I’ve also added some websites you can look at but try to limit the time you spend on your tablets and computers. The sun is shining, play in your garden or with your parents and siblings.
During the lockdown your child may have been online more than usual. Online safety is extremely important, ensure that you are checking what your child is accessing on websites such as youtube, they are a click away from accessing inappropriate material. I have attached some website to explain and support parents with online safety.
VE Day Friday 8th May 2020
This Friday is the 75th anniversary of VE day.
Here is a famous painting of VE celebrations by LS Lowry.
Please could ypur children draw stick people celebrating in the style of Lowry. We could do with lots to make a collage so if siblings want to join in that would be great.
Please send photographs of your creations to Nursery@sumfield.bham.sch.uk
If I get enough stick people I would like to put them together and make a collage. I will get my daughter to join in too.
Take care, stay safe
Make a den
Use blankets, pegs and furniture to make a den, take your toys and books into your den and pretend that you're camping.
Have a picnic in your garden or house
Make a list of the things you will need.
Go shopping in your kitchen.
Ask an adult to help you prepare the food; a sandwich, a drink, cut some fruit.
Have your picnic.
Help to wash up when you have finished.
Take a picture for Ms Knight
Play with rice
Fill a bowl or container with rice, add spoons, bowls, and other containers to fill and empty
Encourage language such as; full, empty, half full, nearly full, count how many spoons full of rice it will take to fill a cup, bowl.
Oxford Reading Tree
on this website their are games, interactive stories and rhymes and challenges.
Lots of interactive maths games
Look out of your window or go into your garden and look for different types of birds
You could count the different types of birds you see and write down how many you see
You could draw a picture of your favourite bird or the bird you see the most of.
There are lots of activities you could join in with on the RSPB website https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/
Look for different shapes around your house.
How many Squares, circles, triangles and rectangles can you see?