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Unit One – Nursery Rhymes

This literacy scheme of work for the Foundation Stage gets the children to investigate the use of patterned language and rhyming in traditional nursery rhymes and practise segmenting words into individual phonemes. The class can devise short plays to illustrate the narrative sequence of events in different nursery rhymes.

Investigate the use of patterned language and rhyming in traditional nursery rhymes and practise segmenting words into individual phonemes by reading and adapting poetry

Lesson One : Hickory Dickory Dock

Investigate the use of patterned language and rhyming in a traditional nursery rhyme

Lesson Two : This Old Man

Explore the use of rhyming language that feature in a traditional nursery rhyme poem

Lesson Three : Five Little Ducks

Sequence and order events in a traditional nursery rhyme and segment and blend cvc words

Lesson Four : Sing a Song of Sixpence

Investigate and change some of the different rhymes and words that feature in a traditional nursery rhyme

Lesson Five : Story Telling

Use role-play to retell and illustrate a story based on a traditional nursery rhyme

  • Family Pets

    Family Pets

    Identify and describe responsibilities when feeding, cleaning and exercising different pets

  • Good Neighbours

    Good Neighbours

    Identify and explain how to be a good neighbour by supporting and caring for others in their lives

  • Triangle Halves

    Triangle Halves

    Identify and record how to divide different sized triangles into pairs of equal halves

  • Circle Halves

    Circle Halves

    Identify and record how to divide different sized circle shapes into pairs of matching equal halves