Today in Nursery we decided we wanted to make heart shaped biscuits. We talked about who we were making our biscuits for. Using our FMS we stirred the mixture and pressed the cutter to create the shape.
Today we have been very busy in Nursery. Firstly, we heard the story about Smartie the penguin and talked about who we can see so that we are safe on the internet. We then coloured a picture of Smartie the penguin whilst discussing how to stay safe.
We then made red paper lanterns using our FMS for cutting and sticking. We discussed that this year was the year of the pig.
Nursery have been very busy this morning making pizzas in the shape of gingerbread men for our ‘Marvellous Me’ topic. We used tomato and herb pizza topping and cheese followed by chopped up peppers for the eyes, nose and mouth, one child even gave their gingerbread man eyebrows!
I am sure you’ll agree they look very tasty!
As we are currently enjoying our farmyard topic here in Nursery we decided that we wanted to make a scarecrow. We want the scarecrow to protect the lettuce we have planted.
We used a mixture of construction materials including sticks, newspaper and straw. The children picked all the clothes for our Scarecrow and decided where they wanted to place him in our outside area.
And the final product….
This week Nursery have been looking at healthy and unhealthy foods. We started the week learning about how to look after our teeth and how long 2 minutes really is!
Today we decided we wanted to make healthy fruit kebabs. We talked about all the different colours, smells and textures of the fruit and then made our own fruit pattern. The best part was when we got to eat them!
Yesterday, Nursery used their maps to help them navigate their way around the forest. They found all the hidden animals from our talk for write story by using their super eyes and team work.
Once we had followed our maps and found all our animals we listened to story ‘What a Ladybird Heard’ making sure we asked lots of questions!
Today in Nursery we have been super busy!
Whilst listening to classical music we drew on a large piece of paper how it made us feel. We talked to our friends if the music made us feel sad, happy or even excited.
We also talked about what colour crayon we would like and also how we should be holding it.
After we had drawn what the music made us feel we had to use our listening ears to listen to the instructions Miss Langford gave us!
We drew big circles and zigzag lines.