Nursery Weekly Learning Week beginning: 28 May

Hello Everyone!

What we are learning about:

Dinosaurs – Identifying Evidence from the Past/Fossils

Names and Sounds of Letters of the Alphabet – Alliteration       Size, Measurement & Sorting – Preparing for Transition to Primary 1

Our Story:                         ‘Dear Dinosaur’

Our Song/Rhyme:   ‘Ten Big Dinosaurs’   ‘Five Little Dinosaurs’

(song words on nursery page of Dalry School website & Learning Journals)

Our Vocabulary Boost Word/s:

Keen – very excited about and interested in something

Reply – to do say or write something as an answer

Fossil – something that remains from a plant or animal that lived a long time ago

Our Signalong Sign:      ‘school’

Our Hello:       as-salam alaykom   (Arabic)

The following activities will be taking place:


Tuesday:   Pre-schoolers Trip to Library – RED & ORANGE & PURPLE


Thursday: Pre-schoolers Trip to Library – GREEN & YELLOW & BLUE

Friday: Woodland Explorers

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


Ten Big Dinosaurs

(to tune of ‘10 Little Indians’)

1 big, 2 big, 3 big dinosaurs,

4 big, 5 big, 6 big dinosaurs,

7 big, 8 big, 9 big dinosaurs,

10 big dinosaurs!

They all lived a long, long time ago.

They all lived a long, long time ago.



Five Little Dinosaurs 

Sung to: ” 5 Little Ducks”

One little dinosaur went out to play

On a bright and sunny day

She had such ENORMOUS fun

That she called another dinosaur to come.
(Call very loud) DI-NO-SAUR!

(Then chant while patting hands on laps) Thump! Thump! Thump!

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