We’ve began our journey in learning all about shapes. Today we used our lightbox to explore the first shapes we are looking at. We looked at a circle, triangle, square, and a rectangle. We counted all the sides and talked about what made them different too.
We work very hard here in FS1 we even work hard at home by completing activities in our learning journey every week.
These super children have worked extra hard to bring back their Learning Journey every week this term! For their hard work they all received a certificate and a selection from our super special prize box.
Well done Busy Bees!
Jack Frost has visited over night!
Our outside area was very frosty this morning so we decided to head out a see what we could find.
We found some crispy leaves and crunchy grass. We spotted some ice, it was super cold to touch. We also spotted how we could see our warm breath in the cold weather.
After our exploring we quickly headed inside to get nice and warm and have our milk.
We wrote a letter to Santa asking him very nicely if we could have an elf come to visit and to our surprise one did!
This is Tinker, he is going to stay with us until Christmas and report back to Santa how good we are.
Although he is very cheeky and keeps making a mess in our classroom!
We’ve had a very exciting day being able to give out our first library certificates! Well done for taking home 5 library books!
This week saw the grand opening of Kexborough Nursery’s Post Office and to properly get in to the spirit of things we decided to write a letter together to the one and only Santa!
We worked together to think of questions to ask and of course the question we decided on was “Will you come and visit us?”
We arrived to a big surprise when we saw that Santa had sent us a letter back! Hes a little too busy to visit us right now but he asked if we would like an Elf to come and visit. Which of course we eagerly accepted!
You can count on us we’re the numberblocks!
We’ve been gaining a deeper understanding of numbers, with help from the numberblocks!
So far we have met 1, 2, and now 3. Look how well we did at making the Numberblocks!
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Today, our children dressed up and brought in a voluntary contribution which will all be set off to Pudsey and his team. We raised a fantastic £202.10 so thank you to everybody that contributed.
We can’t go over it, we can’t go under it. Oh no! We’ve got to go through it!
We have been busy in nursery makeing story maps of the ‘We’re going on a bear hunt”. We worked together to remember the story, using the book to help us. We started at the beginning and drew pictures of different parts of the story right to the end!
We’re going on a bear hunt we’re going to catch a big one, what a beautiful day. We’re not scared!
Would you believe it, We had a bear visit our school and he brought all his friends to play hide and seek!
We were all very brave and used our best investigation skills to seek out the bears hiding around the school! We listened carefully for sounds, and had a really careful look all around us.
We found six bears!