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Mixing, stirring and pouring were all part of the children’s play in our mud kitchen. Mud Play is important for children to develop and practice their fine and gross motor skills, increase awareness of their senses, particularly touch, improve hand/ eye coordination and develop their social and emotional skills, including taking turns and leading/following directions.
We have been getting in the festive spirit ready for Christmas, we held our annual Christmas party with a variety of activities for the children and parents to participate in. Santa visited our nursery and the children all were given a present.
To help support your child’s learning and interests, please see out have ago at home section in the reception for a range of recipes.
Aliens Love Underpants – by Claire Freeman and Ben Cart
You can visit your local library for a story session and to loan this book out, if not try accessing our books for bedtime scheme.
Under Two’s This month in the Under two’s we have been exploring different sensory experiences. We have been exploring sensory shakers, listening to the different sounds they make as well as looking at the different colours and patterns. The children have really enjoyed exploring sounds this month, and we have been investigating the different sounds […]