Tuesday 30th March 2021.
Easter is just around the corner and to celebrate nest is doing a range of arts and crafts activities...here are our rabbit puppets that we made. Do you like them?
Monday 8th February 2021.
Over the weekend there was a pleasant surprise for everyone: snow! We took a few minutes out of our busy day to build snow creatures...have you ever seen a snow frog before?
Monday 1st February 2021.
Today we continued with our multimedia art work by using clay to make beautiful pinch pots.
We can't wait for them to dry so that we can paint them!
Friday 8th January 2021.
If children in our class need to attend school virtually due to Covid or any other reason then each child now has access to google classroom.
From here they can access all their home learning. A typical day will include:
ReadingWise- 30 minutes.
Phonics- youtube lesson (about 10 mins).
Topic (one of art/music/science/topic/RE/PE/PSHE per day).
TT Rockstars- 15 minutes (for children that are able to do times tables).
Any other videos/links/activities I think the may like.
Wednesday 6th January 2021.
Recycle, reduce, reuse.
Today we found our classroom covered in rubbish!
Fortunately, we found out that everything was recyclable, reusable and reducable!
This will be the focus of our writing until we start our new book on Monday.
Friday 23rd October 2020.
Instruction Writing (Pumpkin Decorating)
Today we are very sad to be saying goodbye to Rukki. We will miss him a lot and wish him the best of luck in his new school.
Halloween is coming soon. We decorated pumpkins and Miss Brock made pumpkin soup to celebrate!
Mental Health (9/10/2020)
Today in nest we learnt about the importance of our mental health and looked at some fantastic resources that we can use if we are feeling sad such as www.youngminds.org.uk
We dressed in yellow and made accessories to remind us to take care of ourselves and each other.
A strange figure in a red mask and cape came sneaking into our class today. They left a package including a note and a case file and left, all without saying a word. It looks like we have a mystery to solve!
We are starting 2020-2021 with a fantasic book: The strange case of origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger.