Nursery: Blog items

Making kites!

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:57pm

Miss Foord had asked all the children in school to create kites to decorate our school. The children in Nursery had the most exciting time decorating their kite with their friend. There were so many different things to choose from! Now the kites are finished they look fantastic and the children are very proud of their creations. Our Nursery kites will be displayed in our shared areas. Ask your child’s teacher if you would like to have a look! 

All about the number 4

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:56pm

This week we have been learning all about the number 4. We have been counting out 4 objects, having a go at drawing the number 4, looking for the number 4 in the classroom and making number 4 biscuits with 4 smarties on! We really enjoyed making the biscuits and the best part was eating them!

Journey Home from Grandpa’s

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:55pm

This week we have launched our new story ‘The Journey Home from Grandpa’s’. The children are really enjoying the rhythm in the story and talking about the different vehicles and colours. Have a look at the link below and have a go at singing the story with your child at home. 

Baa Baa Black Sheep have you any wool?

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:54pm

In our Literacy sessions we have been singing lots of different Nursery Rhymes. Today we have been singing ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ and thinking about the order of the Rhyme and what happens next. We used masks and picture cues in the outdoor area to help us to sing the rhyme and answer questions about what happened next.

 

We love to mark make!

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:54pm

At Nursery we have been having lots of fun outside mark making with the chunky chalks. We are getting better at talking about the marks that we have made and thinking about how we can make our marks better.

We love to read!

Date: 14th Mar 2018 @ 3:53pm

At Nursery we love to read. This week we have started going to the library. It is very exciting and we have to tiptoe through school to get there! When we are in the library we make sure we use our quiet voices. Shhh!!  We can choose from lots of different books to read in the library and make sure we put them back carefully. We are learning how to handle the books carefully, hold it the correct way up and turn the pages. We are beginning to look at the pictures to help us to tell the story.  

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