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Let’s Get Making!!

Over the Easter break we are asking children to make an Easter/ Spring bonnet in order for them to bring in their creations to show their friends on Friday 26th April. It is up to you as to what is included on your bonnet. The main thing is that you have fun and enjoy being creative!

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World Book Day Fun!!

The costumes were amazing today! We have had lots of fun these past two weeks in preparing for world book day. It was also lovely to hear about your favourite books and for you to have a chance to tell the whole class about your story. We hope you have had lots of fun too!

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Show and Tell – Thursday 28th February

After half term our theme will be jungle animals so for show and tell children can bring in their favourite jungle animal toy/ picture/ creation etc and talk about it. They should think about: why it is their favourite animal? Where does it live? Do you know any facts about your animal? How would you describe your animal?

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Have a great half term and we will look forward to seeing you on Monday 25th February!

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Show and Tell – 14/2/19

Linked to our learning on rhyme, children are to bring in 2 items that rhyme from home e.g. ‘cat/ mat’ etc. Give children a choice of 3 items, reminding them that it sounds the same at the end of the word and see if they can find the rhyming partners e.g. dog/ frog/ table etc.

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Golden Child

Every morning and afternoon a child is chosen to be the golden child in Nursery. One of their special jobs for the day is to go around with the teacher and say either “good morning” or “good afternoon” to all of their friends while the adult takes the register. The Golden Child gets to choose how to greet their friends. So far we have chosen a high five, a hug, a fist bump and a wave. Can you think of some more fun ways that we can greet each other each day?

We feel this is a lovely start to the session, prompting friendships and confidence building for the children along with encouraging them to speak in a simple sentence as we also say “Good morning/ afternoon _____”. Here are some photos of us greeting our friends: