Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery

Building Foundations for the Future!

Toddlers

Filed under: Rainbows — Argyle Bridge Children's Nursery at 2:24 pm on Thursday, March 10, 2016

Toddlers recently took an interest in mini beasts and made a mini beasts display showing what art they had created. Toddlers made caterpillars and ladybirds using a variety of materials such as feathers, cotton wool, paper, glitter and different colours of paint. We have also made a Toddlers News display in the story corner where the children have the opportunity to tell their friends and teachers what they have been doing over the weekend and sharing their experiences with their friends. Toddlers love to tell their friends and teachers all about their weekend and all the exciting things they have done. Toddlers made a beautiful Valentine’s display where they were expressing themselves through different types of play making creative valentines cards, flower pots and necklaces. In the construction corner the toddlers have shown a great interest in the wooden building blocks where they are practicing their gross motor skills by walking along the blocks and doing good balancing. Some of the children also like to build big towers with the blocks and have been learning about sharing and turning taking with their other peers. At the writing table toddlers have been praciticing their writing skills by helping to write a story, book, poem, letter and list for our writing wall display where children are developing their hand eye cordination, pincer grasp and Palmer grasp. We have been out in the walkadiles recently getting out as much as we can on them to practice our gross motor skills and practicing our walking on them. We would like to welcome Molly into the toddler room who has just transitioned from the Tweenie room.



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