Today in Wee Green Spaces we were wrapped up all in our suits, wellies and gloves. We went to our small woods today and went for a hunt for ice.
We found ice on the grass and in puddles on leaves.
After a run around we decided to make a tent.
We had to listen carefully to the teacher to make the tent so we could all pull the tarpaulin up and under our bottoms so we could sit on it. Our tent was so big we couldn’t see the teacher or our friends at the other side of the tent because the tarpaulin dropped down in the middle.
Here are some important dates for this term.
Thursday 21st November : In-service Day
Friday 22nd November: In-service Day
Wednesday 4th December: School Open Afternoon 3 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Thursday 12th December: School Closed for Elections
Friday 13th December: Nursery Christmas Party -your child attends their normal session
Monday 16th December: Nursery sing-a-long – your child attends their normal session
Friday 20th December: Last day of Term
Any questions please ask a member of staff.
Mrs Amos has been talking with the children discussing the different colours the leaves are changing, all around us
Using pine cones the children decorated the umbo’s using lots of autumnal coloured paint to make their own autumn tree
AM – Miya – Jo, PM – Grace
AM – Obaro
AM – Zac, PM – Mary
AM – Tireniogo, PM – Robert
This weeks stars of the week are:
Morning Nursery – Emmie
for having good imagination outdoors!
Afternoon Nursery – Charlotte
for fantastic climbing of trees!
Today we had lots of fun doing dancing with our primary 6 buddies. The teachers joined in too.
Today at nursery, we went and explored outside in the woods.
We learned how to tie ribbon on our sticks and then we had to colour match to items we found in our natural environment.
We found a huge pumpkin, it matched our orange ribbons.
We also found orange spots on a tree. What a great find!
We also found some things that matched our colours, but sadly were not natural, and should not have been found in the woods.
The children were very excited to go out to the woods today and are looking forward to going back out again soon.
Earlier this week, we tried to make the best of some rubbish weather! We had a huge puddle in our outside area and the children decided to use their imagination. Some decided it was lava that we weren’t allowed to touch while others thought it was a swimming pool for their dinosaurs.
Today the morning nursery investigated and cut open our Vegetables from the Autumn table.
Miss McGivern worked alongside the children to discover what was inside!