Mrs Wilding's Weekly Words Lent 8
Busy, busy week! The nursery classes have focused on their families and saw a little baby at first hand when Mrs Lambourne’s daughter brought in her baby Lilly. They have created some wonderful pictures of their families and talked a lot about them. The Transition children have been looking at new life and have seen the frogspawn in the tank hatch, with lots of tadpoles now eating the pond weed. They have cut out and sequenced pictures of the life cycle of a hen, painted pictures of chicks and created little lambs to go on their spring display board which is looking so pretty. Next to their winter display board it really has a sense of warmth and growth.
On Tuesday the children all thoroughly enjoyed eating pancakes with their mid morning snack to celebrate the start of Lent.
On Thursday the children enjoyed their World Book Day experience of dressing up in their favourite book character costume and looked amazing. Thank you so much for sending in books to accompany the costumes which they really enjoyed listening to. The children all have a £1.00 book token for spending in their favourite bookshop. It was also a very busy Open Morning and as always a big thank you goes to you for your wonderful recommendations.
During the week commencing 11 March the nursery children will be learning about “the garden in spring”, the colour purple, the number 8 and the letter i. Any small toys incorporating these would be ideal as their “Show and Tell” item this week. Transition children will be learning about “frogs” and the letter e.
- Cold Cookery on Wednesday afternoon will see us making fruit crumbles using biscuits, yoghurt and fruit puree.
- Please remember not to use your mobile phone after entering the Nursery gate.
- Please leave buggies and prams outside the nursery hall to avoid excess dirt on the carpet which the children sit on to play.