After reading the story of The Three Little Pigs the children made their own houses out of bricks. We hope the Big Bad Wolf did not blow them down.
We have had a fabulous start to our school year in Nursery with the children very excited to come back or join us as a new starter. We have been painting, cutting, playing in the home corner and even playing in the rain outside. Lots of fun.
For D&T day in Nursery the children made vehicles out of recycled materials such as cars, trains and London buses.
The Nursery enjoyed a sports coach session in the hall.
We had some pirate fun in Nursery to finish our topic of Pirates. We played games, did some pirate dancing, went on a treasure hunt for gold chocolate coins and had some party food. Arghhh me hearties!
The children have been making pirate parrot finger puppets this week with felt. They picked their own colours for the parrot and his beak, glued their own eyes on and added a colourful feather. Let’s hope they don’t turn into talking parrots when they get home.
In Nursery we have started our Pirate topic. The children have been making their own paper pirate underpants, making pirate hats and telescopes. Next we will be looking for pirate treasure using our treasure maps.
Our Nursery children made Easter hats at home and took part in a parade in the classroom and then outside with a standing applause from KS2. The children loved taking part.
This week we have been reading the story of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’. The children have then been making their own caterpillars out of bread and even adding some raisins for eyes. Over the next few weeks we will be learning more about caterpillars and butterflies.
In Nursery we have been using our senses to taste, smell, look at and touch different types of food. We had lemons, mint leaves, cheese, fish and the children’s favourite chocolate. The children tasted some of the foods and we talked about the texture. They also felt them and used lots of…
We celebrated World Book Day in Nursery by wearing our pyjamas in school and at home, and sharing books. The children in Nursery listened to books read by Mrs Palmer and read their own books too. We even had some hot chocolate and biscuits.
In Nursery we have a weekly musical instrument sessions where the children have the chance to play and listen to a variety of instruments. We learn how too play fast and slow and quiet and loud and also sing and play the instruments at the same time. We definitely have some budding musicians.