Welcome back! And what a lovely sunny day we’ve had. We welcomed our new starters and read the story of the Wide-Mouthed Frog. The children loved it so much that I’ve read it over and over again to them! They enjoyed playing outside, looking for minibeasts, making paper frogs and playing on the tyres.
We’ve had a lovely week enjoying the very warm March sunshine. They helped build a shelter and then pretended to go camping. If you look closely you can see the fire they made ! The children took turns to role the dice and then we had to find objects that matched the number . Enjoying […]
This week we have continued to think about spring and the insects that are starting to come out of their winter hibernation. We have been reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The crunchy munchin caterpillar and What the lady bird heard. We also read a book about snail and learn some new snail facts! Making clay […]
This week the children have been listening to the story of the Root Children We’ve have also set up a new pre-school garden centre and the children enjoyed planting and watering their seeds . The children had fun outside, pulling each other in the truck, washing the windows and playing with our new shop . […]
This week the children have continued with their learning about spring. They listened to the oral story telling of the Month of March. In the story 2 young children go out side and notice the early signs of spring, they are able to collect eggs from their chickens , to see catkins growing on the […]
Today we enjoyed our story for Spring all about 2 children who spend the day in the garden, collecting eggs from the hens, looking at the pussy willow tree by the stream, finding flowers and birds nests in the hedge. We went into the KS2 forest school area and had a go at making our […]
Thursday Today we looked for signs of spring. We took magnifying glasses and spotting sheets with us. The children saw some shoots and flowers beginning to grow. On the way back we enjoyed playing in the snow !! In the afternoon the children planted some beans, they used a see through container and cotton wool, […]