Arthurlie Family Centre

August 23, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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Costumes were created for the characters in Miss/Mr Polly had a dolly.

I want to be the doctor.   The children have been using costumes during the rhyme “Miss Polly had a dolly”.  Some of the children pretended to be Miss/Mr Polly while others chose to be the doctor.   Miss Polly … Continue reading

August 18, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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Shapes and Colours

Recognising colour and shape is an important part of children’s development. Children are naturally attracted to bright colours and curious about shape. There are many opportunities at home and in nursery to explore and identify colours. In nursery we are … Continue reading

May 20, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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The children have been designing and building a den.

There is an area in the upstairs garden where the bushes have been cut back creating a small space to play. The children have been hiding in it.”It’s our club.” With adult assistance the children decorated their den by painting sticks and other objects … Continue reading

April 28, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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The early years in a child’s development are the best time for a child to learn about oral health and to develop a positive attitude to good dental habits.

The upstairs children had an opportunity to play with dental play resources today while some of our ante preschool children had their teeth checked.

April 22, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Experimenting with Playdough

The children have been using different ingredients in the playroom to see what happens. They started off making a big bowl of play-dough together remembering the ingredients of ‘flour’, ‘oil’ and ‘water’. The children loved measuring out the ingredients and mixing it all together. Once … Continue reading

March 21, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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The children have found some ingenious hiding places in the nursery garden when playing hide-and-go-seek. Can you see them?

Some of the children decided to play hide-and-go-seek in the garden. This is still a popular children’s game to play in small or large groups. The children closed their eyes and counted to a chosen number while their friends hid. After reaching … Continue reading

March 14, 2016
by Mrs Silvester
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The daffodils and spring flowers are starting to pop through the soil in the nursery garden.

                                               With the days getting slowly warmer it’s the perfect time for spring cleaning the garden ready for the coming seasons. The children have brushing the grounds, removing the debris from flower beds and observing the changes in the … Continue reading

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