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Good morning nursery children.


Please have a go at today's learning activities below. 


This is the last time I will be posting work as it is the start of the summer holidays next week (Miss Price will be posting Friday's work as usual tomorrow). 


Please continue to practise your phonics, maths, reading, writing etc when you can over the holidays and most importantly...


smiley Stay safe and keep smiling! smiley


If you do any of today's tasks, don't forget to share it on our Twitter page at and tag @StMariesKirkby so I can see!



Take care,


Mrs Wignall xxx




  • Practise saying and writing some of the sounds that we have already looked at  (m,a,s,d, t, i, n, p, g, o, c, k, u, b, f, e, l, h, r, j, v, y, w, z, qu, x, sh, th, ch ng and nk).







This week’s other learning focuses on supporting your child with transitioning to their new class or looking towards returning to nursery in September. It will give them the opportunity to reflect on their time in nursery, discussing their favourite memories and achievements whilst also considering their hopes and dreams for the next academic year.



Task 1

Ending the academic year is a time for your child to say farewell to current teachers and sometimes to classmates too. Talk to your child about the friendships they have made this year. Who is important to them and why? What are they going to miss most about their teacher/teachers? Support your child to draw around their hand on paper and then carefully cut it out. On the template, ask your child to draw or write a goodbye message to a friend or teacher. On each finger, with support, they could write the qualities that this special person has displayed over the year e.g. kindness, being helpful, etc.




Task 2

My wish for next year

Talk to your child about their wishes for next year in school. What would they like to do and learn in Reception/Nursery. What would they like to get better at? Draw an outline of a big star and ask your child to write about or draw a picture inside to show their wishes for next year.