Arthurlie Family Centre

Ally Bally Bee Page!

In ABB the children have spent some time with their groups. They have explored making many different shapes using the coloured sticks. We were able to identify the shapes, letters and colours. We also counted how many sides their shapes had. Through this experience the children were able to develop their relationships with each other, their fine motor skills and their shape and letter recognition.

 

 

The children have been using a variety of different collage materials to create cards and boxes! The children used feathers, different coloured paper, glue, glitter, gems and pens ! This allowed the children to develop their fine motor skills, imagination, the use their senses and worked as a team to share their ideas!

 

 

Within ABB children have been participating in a range of outdoor experiences including loose parts and balancing on different equipment, developing their gross motor skills. The children have also been exploring nursery rhymes, singing 5 little ducks and using nursery rhyme picture cards, developing their literacy skills.

 

 

 

In ABB the children have been busy doing a variety of experiences. They had made a volcano using different materials and were able to wait for their turn and share the resources.

The children also enjoyed building with the blocks and made different structures. They developed their imagination and their hand and eye coordination skills and worked with each other.

They also like going outdoors and exploring the garden, the children used the tunnel and a steering wheel as a bus and enjoyed driving the bus and sing the song.

 

The children within Ally Bally Bee have been using a range of different loose parts including corks, wooden sticks, pegs and wooden blocks to create different objects including a castle and aeroplanes! These types of loose parts experiences allow children to develop their imagination, fine motor skills, pincer grip and promotes their ability to think and problem solve.

 

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