Sharing books and stories is SO important for children's language development, future reading skills, problem solving, listening and attention skills, and general well-being (snuggling up with a favourite book is the best feeling!)
Keep sharing stories at home, and here I will add stories read by Nursery staff, and share videos of favourite stories in Nursery.
The Tiger Who Came To Tea
Has a tiger ever been to your house for tea..? 🐯
Rumble in the Jungle
The activity packs from school have masks in to match the animals!
This Is The Bear
Oh no! Poor Teddy ends up in the smelly dump!
That's Not My Tiger
Mrs Groves tells the story of Baby Bear's adventure.
Guess How Much I Love You
Mrs Herrett is working with some older children at the moment. We miss her! It's lovely to listen to her read us a story.
It's The Bear!
Watch out for that bear Eddie!
Read along and find your favourite dinosaur!
Walking in the Jungle
Listen to and make the animal sounds. Which animal is coming..?
Listen to the story and talk about the animals. Why don't they make good pets?!
Listen to the story, then hide a toy! Where is it? Use language such as IN the cupboard, UNDER the table etc. Have fun!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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