Make reading enjoyable, in a comfortable and quiet environment.
Show that you enjoy reading too – be a good role model.
Choose texts that your child will be interested in for example; non- fiction books about topics they are interested in, instructions for games, recipes or comics. Reading does not have to be limited to school books.
Make reading sessions short but frequent.
Look at the title, author and illustrator.
Read the blurb at the back of the book.
Encourage them to use phonics to build up unknown words.
Talk about the books to encourage them to think about what they are reading.
Make sure they are successful at reading – maybe take turns at reading pages to help
Give them time and support to make corrections when they make mistakes.
The Reception children have tried super hard with their Maths work this week. We are very proud of them all!
12:57 PM Oct 17th
Nursery children are having a lovely time making toast and choosing their own toppings to spread independently. They were very interested in seeing the bread turn “ all warm and crunchy!”
09:45 AM Oct 17th
What an exciting morning we are having in Nursery this morning! Our special snack today is yummy, scrummy, lovely warm toast! The children are enjoying seeing it Chang from “soft” bread to “crumby” toast and choosing their own delicious toppings to spread independently.
09:39 AM Oct 17th
Yesterday afternoon the Nursery children did lots of exploring and investigating in our Secret Garden. We found lovely bugs and plants and we left our “pumpkin pies and pumpkin potions” out for the insects and animals to find!
09:31 AM Oct 17th
Nursery have been exploring in The Secret Garden this morning. Our Pumpkins will make a delicious snack for some of the animals and insects that come to visit!
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