We have had lots of fun doing lots of investigating during science week. We have been finding things that are magnetic and non-magnetic, things that float or sink and observing our frog spawn changing and tiny tadpoles forming. We have also been looking at our
We had a fabulous World Book Day in Nursery. We participated in lots of story reading indoors and out, we decorated our classroom door, Red Riding Hood read us a story and The Fairy Godmother (Miss Copeland who was actually dressed as a Cheshire Cat!)
In Nursery, we have started learning our Phase 2 letter sounds. We created a big bag story using props which begin with the sounds ‘s’, ‘a’ and ‘t’. The children have been busy creating their own TTK stories and have been applying their phonic knowledge
Here are some fantastic photographs showing some of the wonderful Tales Toolkit stories our Nursery children have been creating.
At Nursery we keep a ‘Learning Journey’ book for each of our children. Inside are lots of lovely photographs and examples of the children’s work. We invited our parents in to share the Learning Journey with their child. Thank you to everybody that attended. We
We have introduced a new story board in our writing area to support the children’s story making. Look at the fantastic stories they have already created.
The Nursery children were VERY excited by the arrival of lots of snow. They very quickly got busy making snowmen, snow castles, snow angels and investigating paint in the snow.
As part of our work on Chinese New Year we held a special ‘Red Day’. This is because red is a lucky colour in Chinese culture. The children had so much fun doing all the activities including dragon dancing, having their faces painted, making pig
As our Early Years children love Tales Toolkit stories so much, we decided to invite our parents to come and join us too. Over 5 weeks, we invited small groups of grown ups, to join our ‘Big Bag Stories’. As you can see, they had
To help us to create Tales Toolkit when we are outdoors, we were a special apron. Here are some photographs of us enjoying making stories in our outdoor classroom.