The children really enjoyed the story Mr Wolf’s Pancakes. When we came to make them they had learnt what ingredients to use and where they came from. They enjoyed taking it in turns to make the batter and choosing what topping to have on their pancake at snack time.
The children have had a fabulous time learning about Chinese New Year.
They learnt this year is the year of the Tiger and why each year is named after a different animal.
They have had lots of races, made Chinese food, explored artefacts, made lanterns and had lots of fun Dragon dancing!
This week we have participated in National Nursery Rhyme Week. The children have all had lots of fun learning some new Nursery Rhymes and creating some wonderful pieces of work.
The children made spiders and made sure they had 8 legs.
The children enjoyed hunting for sleeping bunnies in the classroom, making bunnies with a fluffy tail and playing sleeping bunnies parachute games.
The children all dressed up as their favourite nursery rhyme character and joined in with a parade in the hall. They enjoyed dancing to Wind the Bobbin Up and other favourite nursery rhymes.
The children enjoyed dancing to the song and making “mini-me’s.”
The children made binoculars and hunted for the animals from the song in the playground.
The children have enjoyed this week’s nursery rhyme Dingle, Dangle Scarecrow. They learnt the rhyme and the actions; they made a scarecrow and even named him Neville.
Our story this week is Oliver’s Vegetables. The children have had the opportunity to have hands on exploration of lots of different vegetables in our vegetable shop role play area. They have also chopped vegetables to make soup, most of them had a taste.
The children really enjoyed going to the hall for their first P.E lesson. They learnt about finding a safe place to work in and practised different ways to move around the hall.
The children have been busy painting self portraits this week, they loved looking at their faces in a mirror and talking about their facial features. When you come into Nursery have a look on the Welcome to Nursery board to see if you can spot your child’s portrait.
Our first week in Nursery has been very exciting. The children have been very busy getting to know each other and exploring their new environment.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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