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This week in nursery we have been learning all about alliteration. Pirate Pete invited some new friends on his ship but we had to think of a name for the sea creatures with the same initial sound. The children came up with “turtey turtle” and “wet whale”
Our little rays of sunshine this week are Olivia Ryan for being so inquisitive when learning about sea creatures. She asked me “why do stingrays have pointy tails?” She understood to find the answer she could look on “a computer, book or on an ipad” What a brilliant question Olivia! Joshua Bowes for his great number work. Today he counted the 5 pieces of treasure in the chest. Each time a pirate stole some of his treasure he recognised that the quantity had changed. Keep up the hard work Josh! Leo Lowes for showing care and concern for our frogs. He was also super brave and enjoyed holding a tiny frog which hopped up his arm. What a brave boy! Leona Watret for sorting the treasure according to its size. She was also able to tell me if they were big or little. Great work Leona! And finally Robbie Cleary as his creativeness never ceases to impress me. This week he has been busy working at the writing table independently. He told me that he was drawing “a shark” I was amazed, what a fantastic drawing and with such detail. Well done Robbie!
Just a reminder that it is Sports day on Monday 8th July at 10am (morning children) and Friday 12th July at 1pm (afternoon children). If your child is in Mrs Blacketts group please confirm which sports day your child will be attending. The children who will be starting at Crook Primary School in September have also been invited to spend a session with their new teacher on Thursday 11th of July. The children will attend nursery at their normal times and staff will take the children to school.