Colourful world

What a colourful world we have!
This week in 2YO Nursery, we have been exploring colours around us. We found lots of items that are yellow, red etc. We will continue to explore further as the children enjoyed taking part.

We also included activities such as painting using rollers, stamps and brushes. The children used their imagination to create spectacular patterns.

Please find photos of the children exploring colours in different ways.


The children enjoyed printing with peppers and rollers. The water area was also the favourite of many.

New Sofas.

The children have love the new sofa in the book area.

It has been an exciting week with incredible learning through play. We hope you all have a great weekend. See you all soon.

Autumn

We had an exciting start to our autumn topic last week with a nature walk around our wonderful school grounds. While on our walk the children were asked to collect any fallen leaves they found and to put them in their buckets. We also enjoyed a story read by Mrs Bah all about the wind.

The children used the leaves they collected to paint with, print with and for leaf rubbing.

The autumn tray was full of conquers, leaves and pine cones which the children were keen to explore. They counted the conquers, crumbled the leaves and piled up the pine cones.

We had an exciting delivery of sand and water equipment last week too, which you can see the children using in the sand and water areas.

The children had fun playing with the musical instruments during song time and our 2 year old nursery reading box was taken home for the first time. I wonder who will be taking it home this week?

Diwali

What a wonderful week! Diwali is an exiting and colourful holiday so we wanted to provide lots of opportunities for the children to enjoy. We did lots of colouring in, more sticking and we read a book all about Diwali.

The children worked very hard making their Diwali cards, hope you like them.

The children also enjoyed dancing to special Diwali music with a bright red shiny cloth.

The children found out that if you pull and push a very bendy tube it makes a very strange popping sound. They were very popular new additions to our resources.

Rolling, pressing and cutting playdough is a great skill to develop as it has so many benefits. It encourages creativity, it’s calming, develops fine motor skills which are needed for writing, among many many more benefits. Great work everyone!

We also practised using scissors which was a little tricky to master, but we will persevere.

Have a lovely weekend everyone and we will have another fun packed week next week all about Autumn.

Enjoy the fireworks and stay safe!

Elmer the Patchwork Elephant

During the week beginning the 18th October, we continued to celebrate how unique we all are by following our interests and having lots of fun trying new things just like Elmer the Elephant.

We had story time with Mrs Bah and Mrs Whiteley who both read our book of the week which was Elmer’s Weather. We would love to hear all about the books you have read at home too.

The children also enjoyed making their very own Elmer the Elephant using lots of different coloured shapes and glue.

We discovered that playing with conquers is a lot of fun, especially when there are hundreds and hundreds of them.

We had to get our hands messy with this next activity, you’ll all have to wait and see why.

Here are some more photos from Maya’s and Jasleen’s 3rd birthday party.

πŸ‘‹πŸ½πŸ‘ΆπŸΌAll about me and my family.πŸ§’πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦

Well done children, you all settled in to nursery really well.

we all took a good look πŸ‘€ at our selves, our families and why we are all different, we are all amazing 🀩……

We all are amazing 🀩 at different things……

πŸŽ‚πŸ­Happy 3rd Birthday πŸ₯³ Myah and Jasleen

Welcome Back 2yo, πŸ“šExploring our New Library πŸ“•

Welcome back children πŸ‘Ά were so happy πŸ˜ƒ to see you all …..

We have had a busy few weeks settling all the new children in to Nursery.

This week we all went to explore our Amazing 🀩 new Library πŸ“š……

Reading books πŸ“š aloud To your child πŸ‘Ά stimulates their imagination and expands their understanding of the big new world around them🌍. It also helps them develop fundamental speaking and listening πŸ‘‚ Skills and prepares them to understand the written world. Most of all have fun Reading πŸ“–…..

We found a secret door πŸšͺ🀫

we had lots of fun in the Library πŸ“š Thank you πŸ™ Ms Whiteley the Librarian.