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Tuesday 12th January

Good evening everyone,

A late blog today following a busy day preparing for census and updating risk assessments in light of constantly changing information.

I hope you all had a good day and that you enjoyed some of the activities from our book of the week. One of our creative friends from the first floor class has made her own wonderful monster, do have a look below.

Tuesday 12th January 2021

Children in nursery also had fun joining in with activities related to the story. Today we made crowns like Max. This is something you could easily do at home. All you need is a cereal box or some card. Cut a head band to size and let your child decorate it with whatever you have to hand. When it’s finished, put it on and enjoy being King or Queen for the day.

Children also made bird feeders today as we have many winter visitors in the nursery garden. Children love spotting the birds, taking pictures and identifying them from our bird books.

Tomorrow see how many birds you can see on your daily walk or in the garden. The RSPB web site:

has lots of fun and educational activities for children, including ides for making your own bird feeders, which you can hang from your window, balcony, or tree.

Do have a go and help look after our winter birds.

The two year olds had fun experimenting with home made "bath bombs".

Mirka is on the Blog today singing a favourite counting song and Sam is reading another monster book. Enjoy joining in and listening to the story and do keep your pictures coming.

Have a lovely evening.

Look who made a "wild thing"

Mirka sings and signs along to the 'Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed"

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Sam reads the 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llenas

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What did we do today? We made crowns like Max in 'Where the Wild Things Are' and bird feeders for our winter visitors

Experimenting with bath bombs