During the current lockdown we would like to help with your home learning as much as possible. Alongside the e-mails from your children’s keyworkers and regular ideas based around our current themes we hope that the following ideas based on the EYFS curriculum will help.
1st February 2021 Our theme this week is families and the sound of the week is ‘S’
We are also going to have a recipe of the week for you to cook at home with your child from the Weston Way cookery book. We are going to start with Apple Muffins to make good use of all those cooking apples at this time of the year. Have fun and enjoy!
8th February 2021 The theme this week is shapes and the sound of the week is ‘A’
The recipe this week has been a favourite at Weston Way for many years – Chocolate Chip Cookies
22nd February 2021 This weeks theme is water and under the sea, the sound of the week is ‘T’
This weeks recipe is a personal favourite of mine! – Mrs Drayton’s Raspberry buns
1st March 2021 The sound of the week is ‘P’ and it’s World Book Day this week
See below for World Book Day activities and the scavenger sheet for you to print off and do with your children. We will look forward to seeing photographs of your nursery child reading their favourite books in unusual places!
The recipe this week is Pizza – perfect for lunch!
- Pizza recipe (42KB)
- World Book Day March 2021 (609KB)
- World book day Scavenger hunt (509KB)
- Mrs Drayton's Raspberry buns (65KB)
- Chocolate Chip Cookies (65KB)
- Apple Muffin Recipe (65KB)
- Top Tips for home learning (437KB)
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