Saturday, 9 July 2016

Get well soon!

Get well soon Steph!
How beautiful is this card with all the messages from the children. 
Thank you and see you all soon xx

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Active learning

 
This week we have been filling bottles with all sorts of interesting materials for children to explore texture, encourage them to focus and give a sense of achievement. 

Monday, 9 May 2016

Finger Gym


For this mornings activity we enhanced  our water play with plastic bottles, lids, sponges and teaspoons. Playing with water helps children to express their feelings and generally hold the child's concentration. Learning to screw and unscrew kids also gives the children a sense of achievement whilst working their fingers and hands to build up their strength when getting ready to write. The activity challenges hand eye coordination, rotational skills whilst learning new words. 
You can support your child st home by adding bottles and tea spoons to the bath at bath time. 

Friday, 29 April 2016

Building walls

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall......
Humpty had a wall built for him this morning, the children who built it enjoyed acting out the rhyme..... Poor humpty list an arm and a leg in the process 


Wednesday, 30 March 2016

An Ostrich by Esmee

The ostrich has a body. It has legs. It has heads

A rocket by Jaylen

Look I've done a rocket!!
It's got fins for when they take off
It's got 3 fuels
This is a space man. He's got shoes on.
It has tall sides too. 

A rocket by Sam

A rocket 
The rover has a pointy
It has a space man
It has fuel 

Friday, 29 January 2016

Up down up down. Getting ready to write



Developing those fine motor skills ready for wrIting


Showing great skills. He said its for his daddy and mummy but not sure what "it says"


A simple activity to introduce new equipment. Supporting children to use their phonic knowledge.


The home corner provides children with the opportunities to play collaboratively, share,take turns and to help develop positive and strong relationships.


Children understanding the similarities and differences by expressing themselves creatively. We just love a bit of dressing up being super heroes and fairytale princesses

An introduction to the world, religion and life. The children are able to look at maps in a meaningful way, and how other communities live and play.


Circle time. Part of our morning routine. It helps promote active speaking and listening, self confidence and respect for others.


Thursday, 28 January 2016