Arthurlie Family Centre

October 18, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Holiday Provision. I can make my own choices and decisions.

                The children were enjoying the holiday provision and were once again exploring their environment and making choices as to what they wanted to do.

October 12, 2016
by Sheena Rainey
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Woodland Wonders

This week we have had visits from the Fairies.   They have left us little letters.   We have also been doing an assault course whereby the children have had to balance, jump and crawl.    There has been a fascination over the … Continue reading

October 12, 2016
by Sheena Rainey
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Woodland Wonders Visit from John Swinney

Woodland Wonders Children were delighted to be invited to the St Lukes cluster visit of John Swinney The Deputy first Minister of Scotland.  The Woodland Wonders children represented  Health and Wellbeing.  Mr Swinney spoke to the children and was interested in viewing … Continue reading

October 5, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Pretend Play. I can be a dentist.

                  The children got the opportunity to act out being at the dentist in the downstairs playrooms. The children were able to learn about oral health and the importance of brushing your … Continue reading

October 3, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Pretend Play. I can act out a story.

Some of the children in the blue group went on an adventure to look at ‘constellations’ as part of the work we have been doing on space and planets. We started off by deciding what we needed and how we would … Continue reading

September 30, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Superheroes. I can play safely.

        The boys and girls have been engaged in superhero play using their imagination and learning to work well with others. They have been dressing up as super heroes and learning to play safely together and gently … Continue reading

September 14, 2016
by Sheena Rainey
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Woodland Wonders

This week we have been learning about patterns creating them from natural materials and following them.   We have been working on this as groups to engage and involve all of the children.   The children have also been looking for … Continue reading

September 7, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Harvest

Some of the children were involved in harvesting apples and rhubarb from our garden. The children got the opportunity to be involved in the whole process of collecting the fruit, washing it, cutting it and then cooking with it. This … Continue reading

September 7, 2016
by Sheena Rainey
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Woodland Wonders

The children have had a basic introduction to tools.   Whittling and hacksaws.   this helps build on their fine motor skills.   It also encourages safety when using tools.   We have also been looking at the insects that we share the woods … Continue reading

September 1, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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We can be focussed and engaged.

The downstairs children are settling into their nursery environment and have shown that they are able to choose specific activities that they wish to be involved in. The children are exploring their environment well and are accessing the many different … Continue reading

June 9, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Jewellery making.

                      Some of the children were developing the fine movements in their fingers through making jewellery. The children had to thread the beads accordingly and create a piece of jewellery. … Continue reading

June 2, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Real life experiences; I can learn skills for life and work. I can be safe when using tools.

      Some of the children were using the tools outdoors today. The children were learning the importance of keeping safe when using tools and were encouraged to be creative and make something out of the wood. By being … Continue reading

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