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This page is constantly being updated with activities and work for your child. Please check back regularly

You might find that during the present Covid-19 outbreak you are having to stay at home. You could be self isolating with your family, or you may not feel too good. If you feel you would like some distraction have a look at some of the activities below. If you are proud of your work you can send us a picture to our school email address. We will display the best photos on Twitter

Knowledge is power, if you are feeling anxious about Covid-19 and want to find out a little bit more have a look at this short book Icon for pdf Hello I Am A Virus [1.47MB]. The book can be printed out, filled in and shared with your family. 

If you would like to share what your child has been doing at home whilst nursery is closed please feel free to use the 'Achievements from home' section on your child's online Learning Journal. Your child's Key Worker will be checking this regularly and we would love to hear about their learning and achievements from home. There is now a Learning Journals app available to download for Apple and Android which will make accessing your child's leaning and sharing their achievements from home even easier. Just search 'Learning Journals For Parents' in the App store. Your usual username, password and pin apply.  

 

 


Nursery Activities and Learning

Watch our Easter Assembly with special guest

West Lothian Early Years Blog This blog has been set up to support children and families should you find yourself having to spend a period of time away from nursery.  There are lots of ideas and places to visit online to keep you from going stir crazy more will be added to the site as time goes on, so keep popping back for fresh ideas!

Audio Books are a great way to wind down and share a story with your child. If you have the same book at home you can follow the book as you listen along with your child. Point out pictures, pause the audio and chat about what is happening in the story. 
Getting outside is really important for your own health, but also to give your brain a break! We are limited to where we can do but here are Icon for pdf 10 Nature Activties for Self Isolation [286.12KB]
NYCOS will be posting songs, musical games and activities that you can play at home without contact to keep developing your musicianship skills and have fun!

 

 

 

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