Dear Parents and carers
While Cuckoo Meadow Pre-School is temporarily closed during this second lock-down, once again we will be sharing some ideas and activities which you can do with your children at home. These will be regularly updated on the website and our private Facebook page. You can do as much or as little as you like, there are no expectations! Please do share anything you do on Tapestry and our private Facebook page.
We hope you find the home learning activities useful, please do keep in touch and let us know how you’re getting on. If you need further ideas, we will be putting regular updates and suggestions here, as well as on our Facebook page and through parent mail.
Please do all stay in touch in this uncertain time and look after yourselves.
From all at Cuckoo Meadow Pre-School
THIS TERM – SPRING 1
Spring Term – w/c 22nd February and 1st March – home learning activities – Spring has Sprung!
Spring Term – w/c 8th February – home learning activities – Chinese New Year & Valentines
Spring Term – w/c 1st February – home learning activities – pet animals
Spring term – w/c 25th January – home learning activities – baby animals.
Spring term – w/c 11th and 18th January – home learning activities – all about winter animals.
PREVIOUS HOME LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Here’s a little note from us all
Summer Term 2 Home learning activities – this term is all about going back to nature! Go on some adventures and explore the world around you! We will be updating this regularly, so please do stop by when you need some more ideas!
Activities to try at home – this gives an overview and a selection of ideas and activities split into the different Areas of Learning that can help your child work towards their early learning goals
Home learning pack – some great practical ideas, short and sweet activities
Farm themed cutting skills activity sheet – talk about the animals on a farm, support your child to cut around the shapes
My five senses scavenger hunt – take some photos whilst they hunt, draw what they see, count how many things they find inside and outside, support your child to find these objects and discuss their properties, scribe what your child says or what you discuss in their books
Toys! Home learning challenge – some lovely ideas to develop their observational skills as well as communication and language afterwards when they have found the toys to share with you
The Stay Home Superheroes story – Children everywhere are now being told to stay home from school. Adults everywhere are unsure how to explain something that we are struggling to comprehend ourselves. This beautifully written story, by a professional play therapist, helps to support us all with this daunting task.
Fun Home Learning Activities – some creative and fun activities to do with your children, these will cover several areas of EYFS learning and development all at once! Remember to share your activities of Tapestry.
Ideas for the Easter Holidays – some Easter fun craft ideas and themed colouring sheets, pencil control sheets
Walking for Well-being – some tips and ideas for improving mental health.
Summer Term Home Learning – People Who Help Us – Week 1 – document to support you sharing the concept of ‘people who help us’ with your child, together with some suggested activities. We will be looking at a different profession each week. This week is The Fire Service. Please do share your activities on Facebook and Tapestry.
Summer Term Home Learning – People Who help Us – Week 2 – This week we are looking at The Police Service. Please do share your activities on Facebook and Tapestry.
Summer Term Home Learning – People Who Help Us – Week 3&4 – For the next two weeks, we are looking at The Medical Profession. Please do share your activities on Tapestry and Facebook.
Kindness Week – some suggested ideas for this final week before summer half term which is mental health awareness week, and the theme is kindness. Please do share your activities on Facebook and Tapestry.
We will be updating this regularly, so please do stop by when you need some more ideas!
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