Look at how much the children get through in a day at nursery!
The boys and girls in Room 2 have been listening to Jack and the Beanstalk this week and then retelling the story with masks and other resources.
This week the children in nursery have been coming up with new and imaginative ways to draw. After the rain had stopped, we realised that we could make pictures in the raindrops.
Connor realised that there was red juice in the berries out in the playground. He stood on one and saw the red colour, went inside to get some paper to put on top and was fascinated wit the bright colour. Afterwards the berries were taken indoors and used to paint pictures. Great imagination everyone!
It’s Harvest Time and today the children were learning about how grain is turned into bread. Firstly, Lynda read The Little Red Hen and then the children had a look at some real corn and wheat. They learned that the corn is then cut and ground into flour which is then used to make bread. We used a grinder to actually grind some grain so that everyone could see the flour forming and then mixed this with some water to make dough. Everyone was fascinated with the corn grinder and found out that it was hard work to tturn the handle and get flour from the grain. Well done everyone.
The children in room 2 have been exploring bubbles this week. It started with some tubing in the water tray and the children realised if they blew in the end of the tube it made bubbles. They then observed the different shapes and sizes of the bubble and also noticed that the bubbles changed colour when the sun shone on them.
As part of a focus on numbers, some of the children went for a walk around the area last week and took photographs of as many numbers as they could. We talked about all the numbers back in nursery and why we need to have them and recognise them in order to go about our lives. Great job everyone.
After harvesting some of the vegetables from our allotment last week, we’ve had cheesy mash and vegetable soup for snack thus week. Yum yum!