Welcome to Little Owls home learning page.
We hope you had a wonderful Christmas. We are very sad to not be returning to nursery and we are missing our Little Owls lots.
We will be uploading home learning on to this webpage as well as on Tapestry. There will be a selection of activities and videos for you to share and complete with your child. Please feel free to upload as much as you like to Tapestry as we will be checking, commenting, and extending children’s learning through the observations on there.
We will be happy to discuss all home learning with you in school hours, through Tapestry or email. These activities are just a guide, our Little owls are so young and learning through play is vital so please go where ever your child takes you! We would love to see the adventures you get up to.
This week we will be learning about and exploring 2D shapes. 2D shapes have sides and corners and are completely flat. I have added this chart below with the basic 2D shapes.
While we will not be learning about 3D shapes you might need this knowledge to help deal with any misconceptions your children might have. In geometry, a three-dimensional shape can be defined as a solid figure or an object or shape that has three dimensions – length, width and height. Unlike two-dimensional shapes, three-dimensional shapes have thickness or depth.