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Wednesday 1 April

Good morning all.

Keeping Active

Remember you canĀ  access a 30 minute fitness session daily at 9AM on Youtube by the Body Coach. This is the link to access this:

A song and dance that the children enjoy in the nursery is Tofa Tafa. Why not join in with your child. The link to this song is:

Stories, Rhymes and songs.

Time to Come In Bear is a story that explains to children the need for social distancing. It is a short story but full of important information that little ones can understand. To access this story use the link:

More than ever washing our hands properly is so important. The link below is to a “Wash your Dirty Hands” song from Sticky Kids which is an action song that goes through the different parts of the body promoting language development and gross and fine motor skills. You could also sing this song while your child is washing their hands to ensure they are spending long enough at this activity, a minimum of 20 seconds is recommended. The link to this is:

Creative activity

With Easter coming up soon you could begin to make salt dough Easter eggs tha you could use as small gifts to family members, to decorate your house or hand in the garden for passerby to admire.

Salt Dough Recipe

1 cup of plain flour

1/2 cup of salt

2 teaspoons of cooking oil


Put flour, salt and oil into a bowl mixing together. Slowly add the water to make the dough. You want your dough to be firm if you add too much water and it is sticky add more flour. Kneed the dough for 2 minutes before using it to make your egg shapes. If you do not have a cookie cutter use a glass to make a circle and then reshape using your hands into an oval. Cook the salt dough on a low heat until the dough is completely dried out. Once cooked paint and decorate your eggs.


This is the link to different number songs that you could have playing in the background as your child is busy. It will develop their understanding of forward and backward number sequening. The link is:


Stay safe and well.

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