Look at this fun game of skittles! You will need either toilet roll tubes or kitchen roll tubes to play this. Write numbers or draw dots (we like to use dice patterns) on the toilet roll tubes.
Challenge – Why not try playing skittles. Encourage your child to help you add up the number of points each person gets based on the skittles they knock over.
We love doing jigsaws in nursery. Look at this jigsaw…it looks huge! How many pieces was it?
We also love this cute bunny Easter Egg!
Please read the following advice we have been asked to share with families.
Miss Connolly made these beautiful painted rhyming stones.
Challenge – Can you find the pairs of rhyming words? Post your answers in the comments.
Chocolate cupcakes, biscuits and scones anyone? Yes please! Look at all of this delicious looking baking that one of our families did today. I wish I could have one.
Mrs Hardman painted these two stone; one as an easter egg and one as a worry stone friend. These look lovely and can be done so easily.
If you have face book you can follow both East Links Family Park and Hall Hill Farm who are posting pictures of their baby animals as they are born.
East Links Farm have a competition at the moment to name their new baby donkey.
What a fantastic way to learn about animals being born in spring time.
It always amazes me when our three and four year olds can use technology in a way beyond what I can do. Look at this; building toys for the switch.
We love pebble painting at nursery and it is lovely to see one of our children so smiley and having so much fun painting in the garden.