Nursery Home Learning Pack

Home Learning Letters




Hello everyone,

The nursery team are missing you all dearly and would love to hear from you. If you would like to send us updates and pictures of the things you have been doing at home or have a question, please email the office, they will forward these messages on to me and I will reply as quickly as I can.

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Thank you for your continued support and please stay safe.

The Nursery team ?

Home learning

 You should by now have all collected your home learning packs from the office and I hope these have been keeping you busy at home.

Please do continue to check back in on this page regularly as I will continue to update it and add new things for you to explore.

Online Learning Apps

A few parents have been asking for access to some online learning apps. The apps that the rest of the school usually access for homework on a regular basis are not suitable for our Early Years Children however we have found a few learning apps that you can access at home free of charge. Please click the links below to enter the apps and have fun learning! ?

Maths games

Counting games and numeral recognition

Number Hunt

Find objects around your house to make a number tray. You could practise a different number each day.

Links to help with your child’s phonics

Alpha blocks video on rhyming

 Phase 1 phonics games –

Phase 2 phonics games –

Jolly phonics song – practise saying the sounds then think of things that begin with that sound.

Find objects around the house that match initial sounds

Match sounds to friends and family members names

Use those initial sounds when drawing

Sounding and blending CVC words videos


Here are some of our favourite stories

Neon Leon –

Pip and Posy: The Bedtime Frog –

The Three Little Pigs –

Little Red Riding Hood –

How to Look After Your Dinosaur –

Cinderella –

Don’t Wake Up Tiger! –

The Very Hungry Caterpillar –

Handa’s Surprise –

The Little Red Hen –

Oi Frog –

Oi Dog –

Oi Cat –

Oi Goat –

Ketchup on Your Cornflakes –

Understanding the World


Sinking and Floating
Fill up a container with water or use the bath. Select some items from around the house. Get your child to predict which items will sink or float. Test the items then discuss why items sunk or floated.



Shadow Explore
Use your favourite toys to make shadows on paper then have a go at drawing around the shadow.



Use carrot tops to grow healthy carrot greens. Place a carrot top or tops in a bowl, cut side down. Fill the bowl with about an inch of water so the top is halfway covered. Place the dish in a sunny windowsill and change the water every day.

Home Learning Activity Booklet,584,037,589,000

Home learning Activities

I really hope this is helpful and please if you do have any requests or queries please email the office and I will get back to you.

Please note: If you scroll to the bottom of this page it outlines the EYFS curriculum for you so that you can see how these learning packs fit together to meet your child’s developmental needs.

Community Idea
Rainbows on windows

Rainbows are used as a symbol of peace and hope as they often appear when the sun follows a heavy rainfall. They serve to remind us that there is hope and light to follow even after dark times.

A gigantic Bear hunt is coming to Kennington…

Every heard the story – We are going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury

We thought you could all do just that!

 To take part you must put your favourite teddy bear/s in a window that looks out onto the street. Then when you go out with your family for a walk look out for all the bears in and around your community.

How many could you find? Did you see your friends house with their bear? Was there more bears this week than there was last week? You could always get your family involved too and get your grandparents and aunties to join in and place their favourite teddy in the window for you to count on your adventure. Lets see if we can get as many houses in Kennington with bears in their window.

Oh and don’t forget you need to listen to the story I am going on a bear hunt before you start so you know what you are letting yourself in for!

Story being read by Michael Rosen

Channel 4’s animation of the story – We are going on a bear hunt

EYFS Curriculum

Below is a link to the EYFS curriculum – Development Matters. A child at the end of their nursery year in school would be expected to meet all of the 30-50months aspects outlined in this document with some of the 40-60months aspects. This is just a guide so that you know what the end of year expectations for your child would have been.