Arthurlie Family Centre

January 11, 2017
by Mrs Liddell
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Katie in Scotland. I can listen to a story and participate in special dance moves.

  A dance specialist, Liz Murray from Oktokids , was invited into nursery today to help teach the children some music and movement based on the story, Katie in Scotland. The children were able to follow instructions and participate in specialised … Continue reading

October 26, 2016
by Sheena Rainey
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Woodland Wonders

This week we have been learning how to use saws.    When visiting the woods we have entered another kingdom, the children are in awe and wonder at the change into Autumn and the woods are a carpet of glistening golden … Continue reading

October 24, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Expressive and Aesthetic. I use drama to explore real and imaginary situations, helping me to understand my world.

    The children used a variety of props and materials to showcase their understanding of their world. They were able to re-create a jungle scene and act out accordingly their ideas, thoughts and feelings.

October 20, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Literacy. I can act out a story.

    The children had previously been learning about the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. They instigated acting the story out and searched their environment for props. The children showed that they had a good understanding of the … Continue reading

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 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 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

April 6, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Consulting with the children; we can make choices and express our likes and dislikes.

  The children were consulted on what they would like for snack. Mrs Bell helped to create a shopping list for the children, which was later purchased. The children were able to make choices and express their likes and dislikes. From the shopping … Continue reading

March 8, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Writing skills; We can make shopping lists for items to sell in our shop.

Some of the children had previously instigated creating a shop within the nursery playroom. This has led to using money and buying and selling items. The shop is seriously running and out of stock, which has led to creating shopping … Continue reading

February 26, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Environmental print. I can recognise some signs and words.

The children are recognising the environmental print that surrounds them in the world. We are recognising road signs too and labels on packaging and shop signs. The children have also been recognising the first initial of their name and objects … Continue reading

February 24, 2016
by Mrs Liddell
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Creating stories; I can tell my own stories with characters and events.

      One of the children brought in his favourite book that he had got from Santa to show everyone ‘Rabbits in the snow’ about things that were opposite. We read the book and he was able to show … Continue reading

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