Wisbech Nursery November 2016

Babies:

During this month we have been taking parts in different events and celebrations. We made some fantastic firework pictures for Bonfire Night using glue and glitter. We made our own poppies by doing some sticking to represent Remembrance Day and decorated Pudsey pictures with paint as part of Children In Need. The babies had lots of fun getting creative and messy in each of these activities.

Little Toddlers:

This month we had a Stay and Play session and some of our parents came to join us for some activities. This time we engaged in some colourful, sparkly water play with water beads, this was very popular, we added some ducks and nets and scooped in the water to try and find them all, it was splashingly good fun!!

Big Toddlers:

Take a look at our Halloween fun day this year where dressed up and took part in lots of different activities. The children really enjoyed exploring sticky and slimy jelly! We also took part in some fabulous activities for Children in Need this year, including a pyjama dress up day where we also took part in lots of fun creative activities decorating our Pudsey pictures! One of our favourite activities this month was making our glittery firework pictures and talking about them and the noises they make!

Pre-School:

Take a look at our fantastic Pudsey artwork, we children used a variety of different materials cutting them into shapes and gluing them onto Pudsey’s. We are also getting ready for Christmas and we have started to write our letters to Father Christmas. We will be going to take them to our village post office next week, we can’t wait to receive a letter back! We have been using our post box role play to weigh and send presents to our friends at Blackberries too!

 

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