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Nursery JH

Some fun outdoor activities to do during the summer.
New home activities.
Starting Nursery.

Welcome to Sea View Nursery.

 

This is the gate we arrive at.

This is the door we go through and where we put our coats.

In nursery we can play in lots of different areas.

 

 

We like to explore and play outside

We like to make marks

We have great fun playing in the sand and water.

We create different role play areas to link to stories and interests.

This is the maths area

We like to investigate and build

We have a quiet reading area if you enjoy stories.

Play dough area

This is where we wash our hands and go to the toilet

For snack we sit with our friends and have milk, water and fruit.

School closure activities from 9th June
 Listen to the story Oi Frog

5 little Specked Frogs

School closure activities from 21st May

My Pet Star

I hope you enjoy this story and the activities linked to it.

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/my-pet-star/my-pet-star-videos/

My Pet Star

language and phonic activities

Maths Activities

School closure activities 7th May 20

Hi everyone!

The Nursery team are missing you all. It has been lovely to see what some of you have been up to at home through the Class Dojo emails. It looks as though you have been busy. Well done everyone.

 

Here are some new activities to keep you busy. Have fun!

Little Red Riding Hood activities

Literacy Activities

Maths Activities

Hi hope everyone had a good Easter. Here are some new activities for the new term.

 

Night Pirate Activities

Literacy activities

Hello everybody from the Nursery team keep smilingsmiley

New school closure activities 

Updated activities you can do with your children whilst the school is closed

Listen and watch one of my favourite stories. You can do some activities linked to the story.

https://www.worldbookday.com/videos/where-are-you-blue-kangaroo/

 

 

Can you draw your favourite toy

Play hide and seek with your favourite toy. Ask an adult to hide your toy. See if you can find it. Use prepositions when playing. E.g. what is it next to? Behind? Under? 

 

How did Blue Kangaroo feel in the story? Can you move like a kanargroo? A frog, a monkey an elephant? Can you think of any other animals you can copy?
Can you find and tag something blue?  Draw someone who is special to you.

 

Maths Activities

Can you draw a rainbow to make me smile.smiley

https://youtu.be/4g0NbaukkQc

School closure activities

We enjoyed our first visit to the library and cannot wait to go back!

We have shared so many special stories and books on World book day!

We have been generously donating items for the foodbank and the Easter hamper - Thank you!

We have enjoyed lots of fun activities within our topic of Goldilocks and the three bears. Making cards and cakes for baby bear's birthday, investigating Goldilocks' disappearance in our police station, Making porridge for the three bears and retelling the story using puppets and props

We have had a busy January! We celebrated the start of the new year by doing a countdown with party hats and blowers and used snowballs for our maths work

We made some lovely 'cloud dough' and used it to make little snowmen.

Penguin by Polly Dunbar - World Book Day

A Bank Street College Best Children's Book of the Year A Cooperative Children's Book Center Choice A Baker's Dozen: Best Children's Books for Family Literacy Selection (Pennsylvania) Ben rips open his present and finds a penguin inside. "Hello, Penguin!" he says. "What shall we play?" But Penguin says nothing.

After listening to the story 'Penguin', we wrote a menu for him and designed some silly hats, just like the one that Ben wore in the story.

We painted 'Jack Frost' using different shades of blue.

We celebrated Chinese New Year, the year of the rat, by making lanterns, drawing a Chinese Lion mask, painting Chinese cherry blossom and Chinese writing, trying some Chinese food and taking part in a parade around school.

We also fitted in some reading and rhyming games!

We made 'Reindeer cookies' to sell at the Christmas Fayre

Pip, the Christmas Elf came to visit Sea View and we helped her to save Christmas

We had a brilliant, but messy time making different types of playdough and then used it for 'Disco dough'!

We like to make 'Silly Soup' to help us with our phonic learning

We are always busy

We love our outside learning time

We dressed up and raised money for Children in Need

Aliens love underpants! We counted aliens, ordered numbered underpants, decorated underpants using shapes and made our own funny aliens

We learned about celebrating Diwali, we made firework pictures and Diva lamps

We are all settling in nicely

Easter celebrations! Our grown ups came into nursery to share hot cross buns and a coffee while they listened to us singing our Easter songs

Our grown ups came to our nursery rhyme workshop to make puppets and listen to us singing nursery rhymes

We made funny face biscuits on Red Nose Day

World book day!

We have been doing lots of fun activities during our Jack and the Beanstalk topic... building beanstalks, counting magic beans, ordering numbers on a beanstalk, visiting the market with our gold coins, role play in the giant's castle and using puppets to retell the story.

We have been enjoying celebrating our New Year and Chinese New Year - we took our parade through the whole school!

Our new friends are settling well into Sea View nursery life

We had great fun making healthy blueberry flapjacks with our grown ups!

Big Foot productions came to Sea View. We helped the elf to save Christmas!

Our grown ups came into school to make different types of playdough in our playdough workshop

We made different playdough with our grown ups and then joined in with 'Disco dough' with Mrs Henderson

Welcome to Nursery JH!

 

 

We have been making clay diva lamps for Diwali.
We had fun on Halloween making pumpkin faces.
This term we have been exploring the newly installed climbing equipment in the early years yard.
We love using the mud kitchen. 
We have been making Autumn gardens and faces using natural materials.

Attendance

  • Reception 94.5
  • Year 1 95.0
  • Year 2 94.3
  • Year 3 94.1
  • Year 4 94.5
  • Year 5 93.1
  • Year 6 95.2
  • Whole School:

    0

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Sea View Primary, Horsley Hill Community Campus,

Norham Avenue North, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE34 7TD

Telephone: 01914274343

E-mail: info@seaview.s-tyneside.sch.uk

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