Nursery


Nursery - Painting and Nursery Rhymes

Miss Grange loves creating different tuff trays for the children to explore and learn from. This tuff tray helped the children learn the nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty. The children made their own Humpty's using play dough and googly eyes. 

We all learnt a new type of painting last week. We made…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 13 February 2020

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Nursery - Fine Motor Skills (Pegs)

We have been developing are hand/eye and fine motor skills in Nursery. We were using pegs to pick pompoms from basket that had a wool spiders web on them.
We retold the story Polar Bear, Polar Bear, using small world animals and props and thought about the different sounds that the animals made…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 27 January 2020

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Nursery - Chinese New Year

To celebrate Chinese New Year we ate prawn cracker, watched some dragon dancing and made our own Chinese marks using black paint.

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 27 January 2020

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Nursery - Team Building (Jigsaws)

We have been working together as a team to complete floor  jigsaws. We have matched cars to their correct parking space. We made crowns and pussy cat masks to use as props for when we say the rhyme Pussycat, Pussycat where have you been....
We turned our water tray into the South Pole, with big…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 27 January 2020

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Nursery - Christmas Party

What a wonderful time we had at our Nursery Party. We played games, danced with balloons, had yummy food and a visit from Father Christmas. Our favourite games were pass the parcel and musical chairs.

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 17 December 2019

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Nursery - Christmas Fun

Oh, what a busy month December has been. We have decorated the Christmas tree, we have made cards, calender's, reindeer's, angels, Christmas trees and Santa's. We have dressed up and sung Christmas songs for parents and grandparents. We were very proud of our concert. We also retold the story…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 12 December 2019

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Nursery - Camping

We are camping in Nursery! To compliment our topic we have created our own camping area and the children are cooking around the camp fire, sleeping in a tent and looking for stray animals that might be in the woods! We are camping inside due to the very adverse weather conditions, although many a…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 22 November 2019

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Nursery - Winter is here!

Winter has definitely arrived!! The children have been exploring the ice in the playground. They quickly realised that gloves or mittens were needed to keep their hands warm and dry when holding or touching the ice. The children helped each other to put on the gloves.

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 14 November 2019

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Nursery - Shadows

Just before we broke up for the holidays we had some good weather and we played and explored our shadows. 

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 7 November 2019

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Nursery - Multi Cultural Week

In Multi Cultural Week we sampled food from different countries and tried to eat Quavers using chopsticks. Yoyo showed us how to do it- none of us were very successful, resorting to stabbing the Quaver with a chopstick!!

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 7 November 2019

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Nursery - Magic Hoops, Chocolate and Sugar Apples

We have thrown magic hoops on to witches hats and made chocolate and icing sugar apples with sprinkles on the top which were delicious!

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 7 November 2019

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Nursery - Witches, Spiders and Fireworks

We have had great fun this week reading about the adventures of Winnie the Witch and her cat Wilbur.

We have made potions, wrote spells and ate Winnie's favourite food- roasted pumpkin. We also picked spiders out of the lentils using tweezers and made firework pictures using mops and…

Posted by Paul Worsnop on 7 November 2019

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