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November Timetable

This timetable has activities for children under 5 years of age.

Timetable for November 2023.

This timetable is updated every month, so come back again for more activities.

Activities for children and young people can be found on the links below.

Activities for children under 5 years

Activities for children 5 to 11 years

Activities for young people 12+ years

November 2023
Week One
6th November

BBC The Baby Club

download button Themed Activity sheet ‐ Firework painting

download button Song of the month – Tommy thumb

download button Number of the month ‐ 6

CBeebies Number blocks

download button Letter of the month ‐ V

Week Two
13th November

Andy’s Wild Workout

download button Shape of the Month – Square

Story Time with Early Help ‐ Hairy McClairy (visit Facebook page Nottingham Early Help Children’s Centres)

download button Cooking Activity ‐ Chocolate Apples

Week Three
20th November

BBC The Toddler Club

download button Peep TDAH ‐ Mark Making ideas

download button Colour of the Month ‐ Orange

download button Top Tips ‐ Car Safety

download button Activity Sheet ‐ Scarecrow Face

Week Four
27th November

Andy’s Wild Workout

download button Song of the month – Bicycle Song

download button Peep TDAH – Christmas pud playdough recipe and song

CBeebies – Alphablocks

Story Time with Early Help ‐ Spot can count (visit Facebook page Nottingham Early Help Children’s Centres)

Support offered by our Family Support Workers:

Family Support Clinics

Behaviour support – Triple P

Peep Learning Together Programmes

The Freedom Programme

Sleep Tight

To find out more information please call your local Early Help Team on 0115 8763343


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Child Safety Factsheets

Activity Videos

Activities and Resources

See the following links for online activities and resources

  • GOV.UK - Help children aged 2 to 4 to learn at home during coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • Small Talk is full of ideas, tips and activities to encourage chatting, playing and reading from birth to 5.
  • BBC Tiny Happy People A chatty child is a happy child, so Tiny Happy People are here to help you develop your child's communication skills through simple interaction and play.
  • Twinkl is full of ideas and activities for all ages to encourage learning through the early years and Key Stages. Parents can subscribe free for a month!
  • Phonics Play is currently free for children and families and includes interactive activities, downloads and advice about phonics.
  • BBC The Baby Club – Welcome to the Baby Club, where parents, carers and their babies can play, sing and listen to stories together. Get comfy and join in the fun from your sofa!
  • BBC Andy’s Safari Adventures - Get ready to join Andy on a series of fun-filled, jaw-dropping and eye-popping adventures getting closer than ever before to the wildlife that inhabits our planet.


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