What a beautiful day it is!
Today the children in the home room are taking a little break from the sun. They were interested in a book about Recycling and we had a chat about what recycling is and how it is good for the environment.
How do we recycle?
“putting the rubbish in the recycling bin”
“ we put plastic in our green bin at home”
We had look around to see how we recycle at nursery.
We recycle our paper by having a paper bin, we put our leftover snack in the food bin and we reuse bottle lids, cartons, cardboard boxes etc in our studio room.
We even saw the bin lorry out the window collecting the recycling bins.
This week in the Studio room the children have shown an interest in using every day recycled materials to make their own models.
We discussed what materials we would need to make the robots.
“We need glue and paint”
“We could use these sponges and brushes to paint them”
They decided to make Robots using “big” and “small” cardboard boxes and selected their own paints and materials such as sponges and paint brushes to paint their boxes.
” We chose orange and blue and green paint”
“We are going to glue heads on our robots”
When the boxes were dry the children glued them together to create their robots and decorated them using “sparkly gems” .
Junk modelling is a great way to provide our children with opportunities to develop their imagination and problem solving skills.
We are looking for more bits n bobs to add to our collection that you may have at home :
- Bottle lids
- Cereal Boxes
- Cardboard boxes
- Kitchen roll tube
- Shoe Boxes
- Yoghurt pots