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Week 10/ 22.6.2020

Hello boys and girls!

It's time for your last week of home learning activities.

Good luck!

Mrs Robinson

General Ideas

Discuss daily Summertime weather and sing - 'Weather Song'.  Click here to open

Listen and sing along - 'Days of the Week Song'.  Click here to open

Reminders -  Continue to encourage your child to experience mathematical language during everyday home experiences e.g. through practical activities, stories, number rhymes and songs.

Continue to encourage your child to observe change when engaging in cooking/baking activities e.g. making jelly/ice lollies, decorating buns/biscuits with icing.

MONDAY

Language Development

This is your song 'Magic Train Ride'.  Click here to open

Listen and respond to questioning.

 

The Arts - Art and Design

Activity - Make a 3D model from recyclable materials - truck, train, boat or an aeroplane.

 

GRtL - Big Bedtime Read

Activity 16 - Make your own...

Click on the GRtL link above

TUESDAY

Early Mathematical Experiences

This is your rhyme - 'Five Little Ladybugs'.  Click here to open

 

Sing along to the rhyme.  Count how many ice creams are left each time.

Activity - Size and Quantity

Put in order from smallest to biggest/ biggest to smallest.

The World Around Us

Personal Safety

Activities - Transport

GRtL - Happy Healthy Kids

Activity 9 - Magic Dens

Click on the GRtL link above

WEDNESDAY

Language Development

This is your story - 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'.  Click here to open

Listen and respond to questioning.

This is your programme - 'Come Outside - Butterflies'.  Click here to open

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

 

Circle time Activity - "I am safe when ...".

GRtL - Education Works in Pre-School

Activity 7 - Number Time

Click on the GRtL link above

THURSDAY

Early Mathematical Experiences

This is your story - '1, 2, 3 to the Zoo'.  Click here to open

This is your rhyme - '10 Little Airplanes'.  Click here to open

 

Activity - Shape and Space

Match Summertime pictures with shadows.

This is your song - 'The Counting Transportation Song '.  Click here to open

Physical Development and Movement

Fine Motor Skills - Cut up straws into small parts.  Thread onto string, a shoe lace

or ribbon.

 

Gross Motor Skills - Chalk It!

In an outdoor space, use chalk to make big patterns!  Chalk wavy, curly, zig zag lines, numbers or symbols (letters).  Can you then hop, walk or skip over the lines you have chalked?

 

Reminder - Outdoor Physical Activities (Weather Permitting)

Dig (sand/soil/stones), Rake (twigs), Plant (seeds - observe & discuss growth),

Weed (flower beds/pots), Brush (paths), Pour (compost)

Throw, Catch, Climb (frame), Crawl (tunnel), Cycle, Kick

 

GRtL - Big Bedtime Read

Activity 16 - Name Game

Click on the GRtL link above

 

FRIDAY

Language Development

This is your story - 'Over in the Meadow'.  Click here to open

Listen and respond to questioning.

This is your programme - 'Come Outside - Dandelions'.  Click here to open

 

The Arts - Drama, Music

These are your songs; 

'Cars, Planes, and Trains'.  Click here to open

'The Vehicles Song'  Click here to open

'Let's Be Planes'  Click here to open

Sing along and do the actions!

 

GRtL - Big Bedtime Read

Activity 20 - Read, read, read

Click on the GRtL link above

 

This is your song - 'If You're Happy'.  Click here to open

Congratulations Nursery boys and girls!!

You've worked well this week again and also over the last number of weeks with home learning activities.

Well done Parents!!

Thank you for your help and co-operation throughout your child's time in St. Patrick's P.S. Nursery Unit.  In particular with the 'Big Bedtime Read' Programme in Terms 1 & 2 and also for attending 'Stay and Play' Sessions in mid March before School Closure.  Thank you for the precious time spent this term with your child!

I hope that you and your family have an enjoyable Summer break.  Stay safe and good luck everyone for Primary 1.

Andrea Robinson


  • St. Patrick's Primary School Aghacommon
  • 14 Derrymacash Road, Lurgan, County Armagh BT66 6LG
  • Telephone: 02838 343230
  • Fax No: 02838 343230
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