Hey Diddle, Diddle.
Hey diddle, diddle,
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon.
The little dog laughed to see such fun,
And the dish ran away with the spoon.
The children have been learning about directions and have been using this new skill both indoors and outdoors. In the field the children have been using wood with arrows on them pointing in different directions, which the children have enjoyed.
Indoors, we have been using the Bee Bots on a special mat, the children have been directing their Bee Bot to various places such as flowers and their hive.
Home: Why not try giving directions to get to the children to get to their bedroom or kitchen (we have been using forward, backwards, left and right, e.g. 2 steps forward, steps left etc.)
Mrs Small has been making Hanen Home Bags and they will be given out to a few children on a Tuesday each week and to be returned on a Thursday.
One bag will be swapped around each group. The bags will contain a book, contents page, props to support the story and a sheet with the Hanen strategy e.g. SPARKLE WORDS, CSPAR, POP.
Hanen promotes responsive interaction strategies that are known to promote social, language and emergent literacy development.
Just a little reminder that there is an inservice day next Friday (12th). The children have Mid-Term on Monday (15th) and Tuesday (16th).
Enjoy your long weekend. We will see you all on Wednesday (17th).
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“Hello this is our nursery, my favourite thing at Busby nursery is the playground.” from Alfie
“Welcome” from Stephanie
“Welcome to Busby Nursery, we are doing our shapes.” Claudia