Nursery Timetable

Week Commencing 27th April 2020

Word of the Week: Soil

Book of the Week: Jack and the Beanstalk

Back to Week 1 – 20th April
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:15 to 9:00am Wake up and get ready for the day – breakfast, get dressed etc.
9:00 to 9:30am PE with Joe Wicks – Live everyday from 9:00am to 9:30am on YouTube. Don’t forget your water break/fruit snack
9:45am to 10:30am

Daily Phonics Lesson

Set 1 Speed Sound
27.04.2020

Read and write
Red words

No, said, you, your, do, so  

Daily Phonics Lesson

Set 1 Speed Sound
28.04.2020

Read and write
Red words

No, said, you, your, do, so

Daily Phonics Lesson

Set 1 Speed Sound
29.04.2020

Read and write
Red words

No, said, you, your, do, so

Daily Phonics Lesson

Set 1 Speed Sound
30.04.2020

Read and write
Red words

No, said, you, your, do, so

Daily Phonics Lesson

Set 1 Speed Sound
01.05.2020

Read and write
Red words

No, said, you, your, do, so

10:30am to 11:30am Maths Lesson
Maths Mastery Big Picture
  1. Count how many birds are sitting on the wall?
  2. Count how many trees there are?
  3. Count how many apples are on the tree?
  1. How many black birds are there?
  2. Count how many butterflies there are?
  3. Count how many spots are on the ladybird?
  1. Count how many petals are on the flower?
  2. What colour are the leaves on the flower?
  3. What 2 colours is the butterfly?
  1. Count how many legs the ladybird has?
  2. What colour are the brick in the wall?
  3. Count how many bricks are in the wall?
  1. What colour is the sun?
  2. Count how many legs the birds have altogether?
  3. What colour is the tree?
11:30am to 12:30am Watch what a plant needs to grow powerpoint

Use the bean diary booklet. Draw the different things a plant needs to grow. E.g: sun, water, soil

Watch Jack and the Beanstalk, draw your favourite character. Tell someone why you like this character.  Act of Kindness

Go through the ‘all about kindnesspowerpoint.

Design a poster, give examples of the different things you can do to help someone else. Make it colourful.

Exploring in the garden.

Collect leaves and sticks from the garden and make a picture or a collage.

Can you make a repeated pattern, using chalk outside in the garden?

Can you make a colourful pattern using colouring pencils, crayons or paint on a piece of paper?

12:30am to 1:30pm Lunch and something active
1:30pm to 1:45pm Reading records – read for 15 minutes and write in your record or read Jack and the Beanstalk

Or Mindfulness – practise breathing techniques using YouTube

1:45pm to 3:00pm Choose one activity from the Menu

Record activity and send via Class Dojo

3:00pm to 3:15pm Newsround – Daily talk and discussion about news between adult and child