The children were so ex-ice-ted to explore our garden today as Jack Frost had been to visit! The children noticed that Jack Frost had blown all over the garden and everything was covered in a “fluffy” layer of “crunchy” white ice. One of the children noticed that some of our flowers, leaves and conkers were “trapped” in a thick layer of ice. Another child mentioned that they had watched “Ice Age” at the weekend and the conker looked just like the acorn from the film. The children suggested we make our own Ice Age World for our dinosaurs. We had lots of fun making an icy dinosaur world and the children chatted about how much fun our dinosaurs would have playing in the ice.
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Please find a link below to our November Newsletter.
After all our Halloween celebrations last week we had lots of pumpkins left over! But what could we do with them?
The children had the wonderful idea that we could feed our feathered friends and other local wildlife with all the pumpkin mush inside.
First of all Helen cut the tops off our pumpkins then Fiona helped us set to work scraping out all the yummy pumpkin!
We had such great fun scraping the pumpkins out and we are so happy our wildlife friends are going to have very full tummys!
It’s Stay and Play Week from Monday 4th to Friday 8th November. We have a selection of experiences that staff will lead across the week that we hope you will be able to come along to. Please click on the link below to view the timetable.
We welcome parents and other family members at any time next week so that you can experience play alongside your child.
We look forward to seeing you next week!
During the October break some of the children went for an autumnal walk to collect brown, orange, red and green coloured leaves and twigs. Inspired by their wonderful walks the children in the toddler room chose to create their own leaf men using the leaves and twigs they had collected. Then using their favourite leaf, they created their masterpeices developing their fine motor skills, coordination and creativity.