Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery

Babies

This month babies have been exploring their senses, we have had lots of different activities including mint and coconut scented play-doh, mushy peas and jelly play. We have used natural resources in our sand and water such as shells, stones and drift wood. We also made a sensory wall with bumpy, smooth and rough materials … Continue reading Babies

Dunbar Primary School

Cursive Writing at Dunbar Primary School

Click on the link below to see our fantastic cursive writing videos! https://vimeo.com/album/3399494 They include practical tips, homework ideas and some feedback from the children. Thank you to Mrs King & Mr Taylor for creating this wonderful resource. * This has also been added to the ‘Resources’ section *

Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery

Tweenies

The Tweenies have been exploring different textures and materials. We have been transporting different materials such as sand, flour, pasta and water in large containers and combining them together to create new textures. Staff have been encouraging children to describe what textures they are feeling using words like “wet”, “cold” and “soft”. We have started … Continue reading Tweenies

Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery

Toddlers

Toddlers have enjoyed planting and growing. Watering and watching our sunflowers grow and taking them home to plant in our own garden. We have been dressing up in the home corner, wearing dresses and knight costumes. The children have been cooking meals for our friends such as sausages, pancakes and macaroni cheese. They also used … Continue reading Toddlers

East Lothian Council Outdoor Learning Service

First Aid – fun and active learning!

East Lothian Outdoor Learning Service offers 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work / 2 day First Aid at Work Requalification / 3 day First Aid at Work, and also a 2 day First Aid at Work in the Outdoors. All our courses are practical, active and informal, with lots of time to practise first aid skills, within a … Continue reading First Aid – fun and active learning!

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