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Reading Library

Welcome to our Online Reading Library!

 

Both the children and staff in Nursery love reading, hearing and sharing stories. Therefore, we have decided to create our own online reading library. This is where all of our staff can share their favourite stories with the children at home. We are definitely going to miss seeing the children and want to try and stay in contact as much as possible so please get your little ones watching these videos! If your child has any recommendations on the stories they would like to hear/see please email these through to earlyyearshomelearning@hucknallfha.co.uk and we will try our best to get the story posted! 

 

Also, if we have any parents/grandparents who are willing to send us a video in we would hugely appreciate adding these to our library. It would be great to get as many stories as possible on here read by a variety of people. I know the children in Nursery would love to see everyone getting involved! 

Please follow the video and guidance for access to Oxford Owl - Free online eBooks to share and read at home.

Oxford Owl - Youtube Tutorial

Nursery children should be reading 'Lilac' books moving towards 'Pink' in the Summer term.

Never use a knife and fork

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Read by Mr Smart
Questions to ask your child:
Can you hear any rhymes in the story?
Which part is the funniest?

So Much - Trish Cooke

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Read by Mrs Keen:
Questions to ask your child:
How do people greet you when they come to your house?
Who’s in your family?
Who gives the best cuddles?

Owl Babies

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Read by Mrs Dempsey & Elodie
Questions to ask your child:
How might the owls feel when their mummy isn’t there?
What do you know about owls?
Do you know what nocturnal means?
What do you know about each owl? What are they each like?

Tidy - Emily Gravett

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Read by Miss Morris
(This is one of my favourite stories and one we’ve read in Nursery numerous times, enjoy!)
Questions to ask your child:
Should Pete have pulled all of the trees in the forest up?
What happened when there were no trees?
How did Pete feel when he was in the cement mixer?
How did Pete fix the problem?

My Big Shouting Day - Rebecca Patterson

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Read by Mrs Dempsey
Questions to ask your child:
Why did the little girl shout so much?
When do you shout?
What did Mrs Dempsey keep doing with her voice?

The Tin Forest - Helen Ward

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Read by Mrs Reeves
Questions to ask your child:
Would you like to live in a house surrounded by rubbish?
How might the old man feel?
What do you notice about the pictures?
How did the tin forest become real?

Chocolate Moose for Greedy Goose - Julia Donaldson

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Read by Miss Morris
Use this video to support your children’s development with their phonics this week. It’s full of rhymes, see if your child can hear them. There are also a variety of other story suggestions on the phonics planning, which you may have at home to share!

Monkey Puzzle - Julia Donaldson

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Read by Mr Clowery
Questions to ask your child:
How do you think the baby monkey felt?
I wonder what you would do if you couldn’t find your mummy?
Why did the butterfly find it difficult to find mummy monkey?

Ruby’s Worry - Tom Percival

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Read by Miss Morris
Questions to ask your child:
What is a worry?
Have you ever had a worry?
What did you notice about Ruby’s worry?

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