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This week we have been learning all about hibernation. We made a warm cosy den for our bear to go to sleep. We made the room very dark and had to stay very quiet so we didn't wake him up. The children then used a variety of different materials to make their own bear dens. The children were very curious to learn more about the bears and asked questions such as “Why do bears sleep a lot? How do they swim? What do they eat?” Therefore we looked on our Ipad to find out more information and enjoyed watching some bear videos.
We hope you enjoyed our stay and play session this week. It was lovely to see that so many of you could come. Thank you for your continued support! We would just like to remind you all that it is the Robin Hood pantomime at the main school on Tuesday 6th February at 2pm. We will be having snacks before the show at 1pm at nursery. We hope to see you all then!
Our little rays of sunshine this week are Ashton Allerton for blowing my socks off with his number work. He was able to tell me the quantity had changed when I took away or added another fish! Fantastic job Ashton! Eden Conroy for her hard work and determination when forming her letters. She was very eager to show me how well she can write her name. Keep up the amazing work! Ella-Rae Gustard for amazing me with her writing this week. She sat at the picnic table with a pen and whiteboard and started writing the sounds we have been learning. She even remembered the formation rhymes to help her. Great writing Ella, a big well done! Bobby Dobson for his great number work. Bobby was able to correctly identify numbers 3, 4 and 5. He then counted and fed the correct number of fish to the penguins. Fantastic work Bobby! And finally Scarlett Charles for always being so cheerful and enthusiastic every day. She has really impressed me this week with her ability to recognise sounds and when sorting the objects by their initial sound. Keep up the brilliant work!