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Suggested daily timetable

This is a suggested timetable to help give some structure to your day.



Obviously nursery children should have time to play in between these tasks.

Each week there will be a project to complete and daily tasks will be uploaded each morning on the ‘14 Days Home Learning’ or '5 Days Home Learning' tab. 


 During ‘story time’, parents/carers and children could share a story book from home or from online (for example an e-book from Oxford Owls website).




Name writing practise/number writing and recognition practise




Daily home learning tasks


Story/rhyme time




Quiet time (e.g. puzzles/colouring in)


Daily home learning tasks


Creative time (e.g. dancing, drawing, craft, building with lego, dough disco)



  • Be sure to make time for children to play in your garden/yard to get some exercise & fresh air if possible.


  • Read a variety of books at home. Favourites can be repeated. Hearing the patterns of language in a story will support your child’s language development.


  • Watch a Numberblocks clip each day at: BBC or CBeebies.  Use this guide here to give you ideas on what to do with your children whilst watching an episode.


  • Practise counting up to/from 20 forwards and backwards. This can be done through playing hide and seek, singing number songs, chanting, board games etc.


  • Write out the digits 0 - 10.


  • Practise recognising amounts up to five or up to ten by playing these games. This can be done by reading a dice when playing board games, playing with cards, identifying how many food items on the plate etc. 


  • Sing Number songs to practice counting, reciting numbers in order, one more, one less using number songs: Five Little Ducks, Five Little Men in a Flying Saucer, Ten Green Bottles, 1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive...