Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery

Building Foundations for the Future!

Toddlers

Filed under: Rainbows — Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery at 10:58 am on Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Toddlers have welcomed back Lisa to the room. We have had a busy month, we have been going out on the walk-o-diles or holding our teachers hands with wrist straps for outings to the park and down the Heuk, crossing at busy roads and talking about the importance of Road Safety.

Our room has been re-arranged due to the fresh coat of paint so we now have a larger story corner area which the children enjoy taking time to sit down with a story to read. Our writing corner has moved over the front window to make a more open and bright area to sit and draw.

Toddlers have been looking at people who help us in the community, we brought in a variety of resources for children to role-play and explore. Toddlers used the doctors and nurses dressing up and medical equipment to dress up and treat their patients. We also used cardboard boxes to paint red and made our own toddler fire engine.

Over the week of Halloween toddlers decided to get very messy, we have been exploring the textures of mushy peas and beans using the choice of our hand or feet, some children who weren’t as confident had lots of fun scooping with the spoons. We explored the gluck and had lots of fun poring it over our hands and watching the big drips falling down. Toddlers all helped Lisa to carve the pumpkin and scoop all the seeds out which were later used for gluing with our Halloween cards. We used the Halloween shape cutters and enjoyed eating spooky toast in the mornings. Rhianna used a Halloween pumpkin cake to make some delicious cake which we all ate with jam! Toddlers really enjoyed exploring the wriggly spaghetti worms which the children chose to turn green! On Friday we had a little party where our teachers and friends dressed up and ate our special Halloween party food and did lots of dancing!



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