We have been focussing on sharing traditional tales across the nursery over the past few weeks: stories such as Goldilocks and The Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Children have been supported to:
Develop listening and attention;
Explore story resources and sensory experiences linked to the tales;
Begin to use story language;
Learn new vocabulary;
Use talk to express themselves;
Use language linked to size;
Use props to retell stories;
Begin to create narratives in play;
To build collaboratively with their friends;
Use their creations imaginatively;
Tell their own stories.
Children listened to a range of stories over the week, they responded and explored props related to the stories.
They spent long periods of time building together in the garden and playing imaginatively with their creations: buses, planes, spaceships, houses...
They made and ate porridge for breakfast, snack and lunch! The cleaners worked very hard to clear up all the oats!
Do you have any favourite stories you share at home?
Let your key worker know and remember you can borrow books from school!
The blog is updated regularly with a range of learning from across our wonderful school. All the rich learning experiences the children have been involved in will be in their Special Books so please do borrow those regularly.