Nursery have read the story ‘Shark in the Park’. The children loved the story and pointing out the rhyming words. We went on a trip to Prince's Park to see if we could find a shark in the park. The children took the telescopes they had made and went on the search for a shark. Guess what… We found a shark in the park!!
We have had a really busy half term. The children have been exploring the weather outside. They have been looking at the ice and the snow and investigating what it feels like and even what it tastes like. The children have been leaning about shapes. We went on a shape walk and tried to make shapes using the children. They loved doing this!! The children have been great at getting changes for PE and have really enjoyed our music and movement sessions. Finally we have celebrated Chinese New Year. The children have tasted Chinese food, made Chinese dragons, attempted some Chinese writing and danced to a dragon song. I think they all deserve a well-earned rest. Have a lovely half term.
Our Autumn Walk
Nursery have been on an Autumn walk to Princes Park. We went on the school mini buses.
When we got there the children had a look around Princes Park and we found the best place to collect some leaves. We found brown leaves, orange leaves, yellow leaves and red leaves. The children also found different sizes of leaves, some were huge!!
We took the leaves back to school and added them to our class Autumn area. The children really enjoyed the trip!!
Nursery have had a fantastic first half term at Irlam Endowed. They have all been very busy. The children now know all the word and actions to our days of the week song and I am sure they are singing it at home! The children have settled into the routine brilliantly and are even getting better at tidy up time J The children have been doing lots of mark making both inside and outside, they have been making fabulous mud pies in the mud kitchen and have been dressing up as Anna and Elsa! The children loved reading the story ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’, they enjoyed acting out the story and tasting porridge. I am sure next half term will be even better. Don’t forget to keep reading at home and singing nursery rhymes.