Good morning everyone.
Today is Taste-it Tuesday. Make a t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t sound with your t-ongue.
Say the following words, listening for the t:
Language and Literacy
Yesterday we read the story about Jasper and his beanstalk.
Jasper was reading a book about a little boy called Jack, who also grew a beanstalk. Listen carefully to the story as I will be asking questions at the end.
Here are your questions:
Collect a spoon from the kitchen and stand it up on the table to make it tall. It's time to do some measuring. Look around your house to find:
Today is 'Taste-it Tuesday', when children would usually make their own snack before sharing and eating it together in Nursery.
As we have been reading about beanstalks today and talking about plants growing, it would be fitting if children could help you to prepare some vegetables or salad for your lunch or evening meal. Maybe they could:
By giving children the opportunity to 'help' you in the kitchen, even if it is simply letting them carefully stir food in a bowl or add a pinch of salt or herbs/ spices to something, this will help your child's physical skills, listening skills as they follow instructions, as well as boosting their confidence.
Also, cooking together provides a great opportunity for maths language: comparing more/ less, counting vegetables, bigger/ smaller etc.
Let's end today with a few favourite songs.
Ask your child to choose their favourite and sing together. Choose from the list below:
Look at the 'Songs' button on the main Nursery page if you need help to remember the tune.