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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 day there will be daily tasks will be uploaded each morning on Tapestry.  RWI writing letter formation for tasks can also be found here.

 

Please use the whiteboard pens and laminated names for name writing practise. Children could then have a go at writing their names in the enclosed workbook.

 

In the pack is a list of sounds and how we write each one. Children should also practise writing these sounds in their workbook.

 

There is a pot of playdough for dough play and dough disco. A list of dough disco videos will be put on Tapestry.

 

 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).

 

 

9am-9.15am

Name writing practise/numeral writing/recognition practise

9.30-10.am

RWI phonics tasks and writing practise

11am

Daily home learning tasks

11.30-11.40am

Story/rhyme time

12pm

Lunch

1-1.30pm

Quiet time (e.g puzzles/colouring in)

1.30pm

Daily home learning tasks

   

2-2.30

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

 

 

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 20. This can be done through playing hide and seek, singing number songs, chanting, board games etc.

 

Children can write out the digits 0 – 10 in their workbooks daily.

 

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 practise 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...

 

 

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