Nikkita and Elsi came to the nursery to talk to the children about Road safety and how we cross the road. Mr Parks brought the Stop children sign to show how he stops the traffic on the road!
The new big P1 children came to visit us in nursery today to show us some of the stuff they have been learning. They all look so grown up and smart in their uniforms!
We have had lots of fun back at nursery
Good luck to Lily, Leith and Elliott in Primary 1, and we’ll welcome Calum back after the holidays. Have a great summer everyone🎉
The nursery children had a fantastic day out exploring Ayr, we had a look at some of the shops to see what they sold, got some money out the bank, we learned how to cross the road with the green man! The boys picked where they would like to go on holiday, before using the payphones to book it 🙂 We saw a shop that was selling a Robert Burns picture, and the Steven Brown artshop with the Mccoo before getting a lollipop from the barbers on the way past. Next stop was the ice cream shop for snack, before walking down to the beach for lots more fun, practice sports, building sandcastles, writing our name in the sand and lots more!!!
We enjoyed a trip on the 361 bus to alloway library to collect some books for the nursery. We had to ask the driver for the tickets and pay the money!!!
We went a walk round Fisherton to look at different shapes, numbers and colours! We found an upside down triangle, lots of squares, circles and rectangles. We even found a love heart shape.
The boys enjoyed playing number games with the wee class today. We were learning to take turns, share and identify numbers through spots and patterns
Today the boys worked together to complete a tricky jigsaw! There was some good teamwork.
Elliott’s dad was keen to come into nursery and share his chef experience with the children. He brought different foods that matched the letters ‘fisherton’ and we had to guess what matched the letter. We all got to try the foods and some were even new…… that we liked! To finish off we all made smoothies which were delicious.