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How many nursery rhymes do I know?

During this half term we are celebrating the children's love of rhymes and songs through our topic 'What nursery rhymes do I know?' We will enjoy lots of activities about rhymes,  practise and perform through music, dance and song too. 

It is a busy half term, as we will also be taking part in PE week, visiting nursery as part of our transition and completing our rhyme challenge! 


Parents and carers are invited to attend the rhyme challenge at the end of the term, our performance will take place in preschool on Wednesday 20th July at 10.45am and 2.30pm. We hope you can join us! 


We will be thinking about...

Wk 1 – How can we put humpty dumpty back together again?

Wk 2 – Incy wincy why did you did you climb up the spout again

Wk 3 – How did the 5 little men fly to the moon?

Wk 4 – How did the monkeys fall off the bed?(PE Week)

Wk 5 - How many nursery rhymes do you know now?

Wk 6 – Rhyme Challenge


As listeners and performers we will be learning to....

Sort out objects that belong with the correct nursery rhyme

Listen to clues about nursery rhymes and guess which one it is. 

Listen attentively to new songs and learn them.

Perform nursery rhymes in a group.


 As readers we will...

Fill in the missing words in nursery rhymes

Identify objects that rhyme 

To clap the syllables in a word

To create mixed up nursery rhymes using picture prompts. 

To sort objects according to alliteration. 

To mark make a range of nursery rhymes with different media.


As mathematicians we will...

Sing number nursery rhymes

Represent numbers on fingers whilst singing rhymes. 

Show an interest in numerals and representing them.

Count a range of objects and actions, realising anything can be counted.

Use and understand positional language.


As explorers we will...

Explore natural materials, indoors and outside.

Explore and respond to different natural phenomena in their setting and around school, on our trip.

Make connections between the features of their family and other families. 

Notice differences between people.