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Nursery Week beginning 16th November 2020

This week's story is Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?

"Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" | David Glenn

Sponge Painting

 

Can you find a circle sponge to sponge paint the animals? Dip the sponge into the paint to make the shape. Then have a go at making the animal.  You can also choose to use crayons to do this. Draw around a circle and colour it in and then make the animal you have chosen. 

 

Re-telling the story

 

Have a look at the video of Brown Bear Brown Bear What do you see? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfZ6tCMjjsw

  1. Can you join in with the story?
  2. Which animals did you see in the story?
  3. What colour were the animals?
  4. Which animal is your favourite?

 

 

Morning task: Phonics workbook pages 8-9

Moving around like the animals

 

Its important we stay fit and healthy while still being at home.

Why not try this physical activity around the story of Brown, Brown Bear, What do you see?

 

Brown Bear: Do bear walking around the room. Mix it up by doing it slow, fast, forward, and backward. 

Red Bird: Flap your arms like a bird. They can do this slow or fast. You can also do a variation with this by holding arms back making a v and zooming around the room.

Yellow Duck: Waddle like a duck. This is fun to quack at the same time. They can go forward and backward with this motion.

Blue Horse: Gallop like a horse. The children can start of slow and then go fast.

Green Frog: Frog Jumps across the room. You can change it up by seeing how high or how far they can jump. 

Purple Cat: Pretend to be a cat swatting at a ball. They can be in a crawling position and move fast and slow.

Goldfish: Swim like a fish. They can either kick with just feet or swim with just arms.

Children: Jumping up and down.

 

 

Listening Game 2 - Phase 1 Phonics - Listening and Attention Skills

Listening skills can be difficult to master for many children. Help children develop their listening skills. Can you play the game and share your ideas with an adult? What can you hear?

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