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Dubmire Primary Academy

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Dubmire Primary Academy

Hello and welcome to Nursery


Welcome back to Nursery


Children in nursery learn through exciting and engaging activities, which are planned to motivate and inspire young learners through their own interests and enjoyments.

We believe children learn quickly and animatedly when they are able to follow their own joys and passions. We encourage our children to be independent learners and to believe in themselves and each other.

 Class Dojo can be used to communicate with parents during school time. 

How to access Class Dojo

Homework - please add an image to Dojo of your homework activities. 

 Homework Friday 9th July.docx.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 2th July.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 25th June.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 18th June.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 11th June.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 28th May.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 21stMay.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 14th May.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 7th May.docx.pdfDownload
 Homework Friday 30th April.pdfDownload
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Home Learning Spring 

 Friday 5th March.pdfDownload
 Thursday 4th March WBD.pdfDownload
 My Favourite Book review.pdfDownload
 Wednesday 3rd March.pdfDownload
 Tuesday 2nd March.pdfDownload
 Monday 1st March.pdfDownload
 Friday - Jaspers Beanstalk Fruit and Plant Matching Cards.pdfDownload
 Tuesday -Bean-Life-Cycle-Powerpoint.zipDownload
 Friday 26th February.pdfDownload
 Thursday 25th February.pdfDownload
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Play dough Recipe:

Play dough is used to develop your child's fine motor skill. This will support their growing control when using mark making tools correctly in a fun and exciting way. You can use everyday kitchen equipment to create patterns, cutter and rollers.  Here is a recipe to create your own play dough at home;

  1. 2 cups plain flour
  2. 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (baby oil and coconut oil work too)
  3. 1/2 cup salt.
  4. 2 tablespoons cream of tartar.
  5. 1.5 cups boiling water (adding more if needed)
  6. gel food colouring
  7. You can add a few drops of essences (orange, vanilla, lavender, ginger etc) for extra fun.

This can be stored in an air tight container in the fridge. We combine the dry ingredients first and then liquids before mixing altogether.


Remember to read lots

of stories and

sing songs.


 The Three Little Pigs.pptDownload
 The best dress ever.pdfDownload
 What am I?.ppsDownload
 Golidilocks and the Three Bears.pptxDownload
 The Cautious Caterpillar Story.exeDownload
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Songs and Rhymes

 1,2,3,4,5, Once I Caught a Fish Alive IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Baa Baa Black Sheep Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Boys and Girls Come out to Play Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Dingle Dangle Scarecrow Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Doctor Foster Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Five Little Ducks Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Five Little Men in a Flying Saucer Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Goosey Goosey Gander Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
 Hey Diddle Diddle Nursery Rhyme IKEA Tolsby Frame.pdfDownload
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Maths Ideas