Nov 232013
 

Currently, we are looking for some old blankets or cushions. We have an old shed in our garden and the children were keen to make it cosy to read books and cuddle up! If you have any old blankets or cushions around the house, please pop them into Nursery. We’d love to use them!

Remember that new library books are issued on Fridays and are due back to Nursery on Thursdays. We really hope that you enjoy reading with your child at home. A few of you have commented that your child has chosen the same book a couple of weeks in a row. Albeit monotonous for you, this repetitive behaviour is quite normal as children are becoming familiar with stories and reading. Memorizing favourite stories is a normal and perfect stepping stone to reading.

Learning Journeys

Nov 132013
 

This week in Nursery, we have been building spaceships, drawing pictures of our favourite instruments, sorting numbers, measuring feet, and keeping our friends healthy at the doctor’s clinic.

Remember, last week we started the Nursery library. New books are issued on Fridays and are to be returned to Nursery on Thursdays. Reading books with your child is a great way to spend time together and develop important literacy skills. While reading books together, ask questions, talk about the pictures, and you can even put on voices for the characters! Instilling a love for reading at a young age will set up your children for success while they are learning to read later on in Primary.

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