Nursery – Language, Literacy and Communication. Instant access to hundreds of fun and engaging online lessons for your pupils. Lesson can be embedded anywhere!

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By The Pembrokeshire Home Learning Team

Schools and teachers across Pembrokeshire have come together to provide fun and engaging activities for home learning.

30 mins

What will I learn?

Lots of fun and engaging online lessons for pupils to do at school, or at home

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Instant homework activities lasting between 30 minutes and 1 hour

Perfect for supporting school closures, bubbles being sent home and home learning

Lessons included...

  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Opposites - Goldilocks and the Three Bears Part 1 To know how to use big and small to describe the size of an object > To be able to sort objects into sets based on their size > To be able to find hard objects and soft objects around the house
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Retell a story - 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' by Eric Carle To retell the story to an adult > To use your imagination to create your own caterpillar picture
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Sets - Farm animals - 'The Very Busy Spider' by Eric Carle To listen and join in with a story and song > To make sets of three
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Poetry - Colours - Five Little Flowers To learn a counting poem > To recognise and name colours > To develop an understanding of first, second, third, fourth and fifth
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > PE - Jack and the Beanstalk To listen carefully and move safely, matching appropriate actions to commands
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Colours - Recognise and name colours To listen to and respond to a story > To recognise and name colours
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Fine Motor Skills - 'Commotion in The Ocean' by Giles Andreae To listen and respond to a story > To be creative > To develop fine motor skills through colouring and using scissors
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Story Telling - 'Teddy Bears picnic' Words by Jimmy Kennedy Song sung by Anne Murray To listen to a story and song and join in > To recreate the story with their own toys
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Day and Night 'Night Monkey, Day Monkey' by Julia Donaldson To listen to a story > To know differences between day and night
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Cooking - 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' by Judith Kerr To follow a recipe to make cookies > To use imagination for a toys' tea party
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Oracy - Number - 'Whatever next!' By Jill Murphy To be able to listen to a story > To be able to use imagination > To join in with counting backwards
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Materials - Weather - 'The Smartest Giant in Town' By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler To be able to recall information from a story > To be able to talk about clothes you wear for different types of weather
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Phonics - Phoneme of the week 'r' To know what sound the letter r can make >To be able to find objects beginning with the phoneme r > To be able to write the letter r correctly
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Colour - Vehicles 1 - 'Flashing FIre Engines' by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker To recognise the colour red > To find red things > To tell something that fire engines / firefighters do to help us
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Number - Vehicles 2 - 'Amazing Airplanes' by Tony Mitten and Ant Parker To be able to talk about aeroplanes > To be able to count forwards and backwards from number 1 to 10
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Poetry - 'What's inside my Toy Box' by Tony Milton To listen to and respond to a poem
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Colour - 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llanas To recognise different colours > To recognise and talk about different emotions> To draw a colourful colour monster
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Oracy - Vehicles 3 - 'Cool Car' by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker To be able to talk about cars > To be able to draw a car and write the word car
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Number - Vehicles 4 - 'Tremendous Tractors' by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker To be able to talk about tractors > To able to talk about animals on the farm > To be able to count 1 to 10
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Oracy - Vehicles 5 - 'Brilliant Boats' by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker To be able to talk about boats > To draw a boat and write the word boat
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Oracy > Floating and Sinking - Vehicles 6 To be able to talk about submarines > To find out if things float or sink
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Reading > Comprehension - 'Mad about Minibeasts' by Giles Andreae and David Wojtowycz To be able to follow the pictures and text in a book as it is read to me > To be able to answer questions about a book that has been read to me > To make up my own story > To draw a picture of my favourite character from a story
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Reading > Comprehension - 'Gorilla loves Vanilla' by Chae Strathie To listen and respond to a story > To draw a picture of their favourite part of a story
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Role play: Sut wyt ti? > To express feelings in Welsh. > To ask and answer the question Sut wyt ti? > To take part in a short role play activity.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Lliwiau / Colours - Creating a rainbow "To name colours in Welsh. > To respond to the question ‘Pa liw?’ (What colour?) > To use ‘Ga i ____?’ (Can I have?) to ask for a colour in Welsh. "
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Learning the days of the week in Welsh To understand and recite the days of the week in Welsh. > To join in with a familiar song.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Bachgen Bach Toes: Counting Count to 5 in Welsh (Nursery) I can count to 10 in Welsh (Reception) >Answer the question ‘Pa rif?’ in Welsh. >Count out the correct number of buttons to match the number written on each Gingerbread Man. >Answer the question ‘Sawl botwm?’ in Welsh.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Sing the song "Pen, ysgwyddau, coesau, traed" To learn the parts of the body in Welsh. > To learn and sing the song 'Pen, ysgwyddau, coesau, traed.'
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Prepositions: Yn yr ardd / In the garden To ask and answer the question Ble maer...? > To use simple prepositions in Welsh
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Rapio gyda Fflic a Flac To express likes. > To create and perform a rap in Welsh.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Practising Patterns: Yn y siop / In the shop To use the pattern 'Ga i...?' to ask for items in Welsh
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Role play: Yn y siop / In the shop To use the patterns Ga i...? confidently. > To take part in a simple Welsh role play.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Sing the song 'Aderyn Melyn' To know colours in Welsh. > To learn and sing the song Aderyn Melyn.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Welsh > Take the water challenge to revise feelings in Welsh. To revise how to express feelings in Welsh.
  • Nursery > English > Language_Literacy_Communication > Writing > Fine motor skills - Developing pencil control To hold a pencil using the correct pencil grip > To be able to control a pencil to create patterns