Nursery Weekly Learning 26th March

Hello Everyone!

What we are learning about:

Easter       Early Spring       Planning       Measurement

Our Story:

We’re Going on an Egg Hunt

Our Song/Rhyme:

Easter Egg Songs

(words on Learning Journal & nursery page on Dalry School website)

Our Vocabulary Boost Word/s:

Over: on top of, above

Under: below, beneath

Through: in one side and out the other side

Around: going past something, not through it

 

Our Signalong Sign:

egg

The following activities will be taking place:

Monday: ‘BIG Sing’ starts at 2pm – everyone invited – friends and family too. Morning only children please come with a parent/family

Tuesday:

Wednesday: All About Maths 9am – 10am

Thursday: Last Day of Term Nursery reopens Tuesday 17 April – HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Friday:

 

If you would like further information please speak to a member of staff.

 

WE’RE GOING ON AN EGG HUNT.

 

We’re going on an egg hunt.
We’re going to find them all.
We’re REALLY excited.
Hooray for Easter Day!

 

We’re going on an egg hunt.
We found this VERY BIG one.
We’re REALLY excited.
Hooray it’s Easter eggs for tea!

Five Easter Eggs

 

5 Easter eggs in the sweet shop

Round and fat with a ribbon on the top

Along came … with a penny one day

Bought an Easter egg and took it right away.

 

4 Easter eggs in the sweet shop

Round and fat with a ribbon on the top

Along came … with a penny one day

Bought an Easter egg and took it right away.

 

3 Easter eggs in the sweet shop

Round and fat with a ribbon on the top

Along came … with a penny one day

Bought an Easter egg and took it right away

 

2 Easter eggs in the sweet shop

Round and fat with a ribbon on the top

Along came … with a penny one day

Bought an Easter egg and took it right away.

 

1 Easter eggs in the sweet shop

Round and fat with a ribbon on the top

Along came … with a penny one day

Bought an Easter egg and took it right away.

 

(Sung to the tune of tune ‘5 Currant Buns’)

 

 

 

Ten Little Easter Eggs

 

One little, two little, three little Easter Eggs.

Four little, five little, six little Easter Eggs.

Seven little, eight little, nine little Easter Eggs.

Ten Easter Eggs in a row.

 

Ten little, nine little, eight little Easter Eggs.

Seven little, six little, five little Easter Eggs.

Four little, three little, two little Easter Eggs.

One little penny all alone.

 

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