Nursery & Reception Home Learning Resources

Nursery Home Learning Activities/Ideas

  • Check out the activities Mrs Williams will be posting on seesaw and try them out.

  • Practise your counting and  being able to recognise the numbers 1-10 you could cut out and use the eggs in the home pack. If you are ready practise writing your numbers using the sheet to show you where to start.

  • Practise writing your name using the correct letter formation as shown for you child's name in your home pack. See if you can write all the  letters using the sheet provided.

  • Go on a shape hunt around your home.

  • Enjoy looking at books or having a story read to you, can you guess what might happen next?

  • Retell the stories we have been learning about to your grown ups. We have covered the 3 Little Pigs,  3 Billy Goats Gruff, Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, The Gingerbread Man and many others. 

  • Teach your family and friends the songs and rhymes you have learnt in school.

  • Do some cooking/baking if there is a grown up to help. Mrs Williams will post her playdough recipe so maybe you could make some for home.

  • Make your own sandwiches and lay the table with your grown ups help, they might even let you do the washing up!

  • Ask your grown-up to look at Twinkl - an online resource bank of ideas, worksheets etc - have offered everyone a free 1 month ultimate membership. This will allow you to access lots of ideas and activities. Click on the section marked EYFS that's the early years section. To set this up you need to go to  and enter the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS

  • Search online for activities that link with your child’s own interests

  • Draw, paint, colour.

  • Practise your virtual breathing ball or rainbow breathing.

  • Dance to music

  • Plant some seeds and watch them grow.

  • Practise your sports shapes- see your home pack- cut them out and attach them to a cube shaped box roll and see which shape you have and hold it for the count of 5.

  • Look for mini beasts in your garden if you have one or do a big bird watch.

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