Little Vines Nursery
W/E 16th November
Watch out, watch out, there are lots of spiders about!
We have been learning the nursery rhyme Incy Wincy Spider this week and we have made creepy clay spiders too.
We have been making and eating porridge for a fun phonics focus on the letter P! We also played games with the Numicon.
W/E 9th November
Kindergarten have enjoyed learning Humpty Dumpty…they have been changing the words and putting themselves into the rhyme! In Nursery the children have been planting Mary’s garden from the nursery rhyme Mary, Mary Quite Contrary. Lots of beautiful little gardens with silver bells, cockle shells and pretty maids have been springing up in the Early Years! We can’t wait to hear their performance!
CeCe, Savannah and Cressida are three lovely new children that have joined us and they have settled so well and enjoyed a busy week, singing, dancing and making new friends.
W/E 19th October
Our week started with the wonderful news that Annie and Alice have a new baby brother and we were so excited to meet baby James on Wednesday when Annie proudly showed him off to us all.
We have been thinking about Halloween this week and we got in a sticky mess carving spooky faces in pumpkins and we also made Halloween decorations out of satsumas and we cut out bats to go on top.
Our topic is ‘Rainbows’ this week and we made delicious rainbow cake and we have been singing the rainbow song.
In our woodland learning sessions we went into the woods to learn about forest school rules.
W/E 12th October
This week the Nursery children have been looking at the colour green. We tasted lots of different green fruit and vegetables just like Maisie Monkey trying new things! We made frog masks and had great fun singing ‘Five Little Speckled Frogs.’ We also made a camp.
The children have been enjoying showing each other their treasured things that they have brought into school to put in their ‘Special bag’.
W/E 5th October
We have been busy bees in Nursery and Kindergarten this week using our mechanical BeeBot to learn about programming and coding. We have had to try to program the BeeBot to move around to certain targets.
We have also continued with our autumn theme by making trees with our arm prints and then leaf printing to add colourful leaves to our trees.
We prepared for our Harvest Festival by making soda bread hedgehogs which was sticky but great fun! We then enjoyed our beautiful Harvest Festival Service on Thursday and we welcomed lots of grandparents who enjoyed looking around our classrooms to see what we have been doing so far this term.
W/E 28th September
We have had an action packed week in Nursery and Kindergarten, with cooking sessions with Chef Bear where we made salmon pate and we also filled the Pre-Prep with delicious smells when we baked bread.
We have made the most of the lovely sunshine by getting outside as much as possible. We went on a walk in our grounds and looked at all the spectacular autumn leaves on the trees and then we turned our thoughts to next spring by planting daffodil bulbs in our garden. When we got back in the classroom we painted beautiful pictures inspired by our autumn walk, using our hand prints as leaves.
Last, but definitely not least, Lawrence had a birthday!
W/E 21st September
In Nursery and Kindergarten we have had great fun using blackberries as a natural way to tie-dye material. We also all tasted the blackberries and made some delicious blackberry juice which we all tried.
W/E 14th September
In Nursery and Kindergarten we have been making a start in the Pre-Prep garden by planting herbs in our fantastic new raised beds. We have also had great fun in our gym class!
W/E 7th September
Our Nursery children, old and new, have settled into the term very well and have already been having fun in our lovely play area.
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