Our week started off quite icy! We really enjoyed breaking up the ice in our outdoor area with cardboard tubes and mark making on the grass and cable reels.
We have also been learning about the number three and have had lots of stories and rhymes about this number to explore. We sorted objects for the three bears into the correct sizes, we made porridge and added different flavours and we talked about Goldilocks at carpet time. The children were asked if Goldilocks should have gone into a stranger's house and should she be forgiven by the three bears for what she did. The children decided that Goldilocks did not mean to do something wrong and she was very sorry what she did, so she should be forgiven.
The theme of forgiveness rolled out across our week through the stories of The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Joseph and His Amazing Coloured Coat and The Three Little Pigs.
We made bridges for the troll to live under in our outdoor area and enjoyed using our junk modelling to create houses that were strong for the three pigs to live in. Our amazing coats for Joseph were fantastic, well done everyone they look brilliant around our reflection area.
Following interests from children we explored the night sky and made night sky pictures with millions of stars, using a spray technique with washing up brushes. It was very tricky to keep the paint from spraying everywhere but great fun!
On E Safety Day we talked about staying safe whilst using the internet. We heard the story of Smartie The Penguin and Chicken Clicking and discussed what they should do to stay safe. The following web link will take you to the childnet resources:
The children also drew pictures of what they like to play on when using their I Pad or tablet.
A big thank you to the four parents who came for 'Stay and Play' on Friday. We hope you enjoyed your time in Nursery. There are one or two spaces left if anyone has not had the chance to sign up yet.
Our letter of the week is 'n'.
Our number of the week is 2.
Our colour of the week is pink (linking with Valentine's Day)
Our Nursery breaks up on Friday (17th) and we will return on Monday (27th February)
Thank you for your support.
Our school is situated in attractive and extensive well maintained grounds in a small housing estate, Lancaster Park, which is north of the town of Morpeth. The school first opened in 1972 and was formerly known as Wansbeck St Aidan Church of England Aided First School until it was renamed in 2001.Read More of the school welcome page