I told you about how I liked to see the rabbits running around when I go on my evening walk. Here is a story (or you can sing it) about a rabbit who was a bit mischievous. Press the links below for full story and some tips for looking after nature (use the fit to page button to see as one page).
The Story of Bunny Foo Foo
Tips for looking after Nature and each other. (5)
It is the last day of term before Easter Break.
Janette saw lots of lovely signs of spring on her morning walk. When I walk the dogs in the evening I love seeing the rabbits, especially the little ones.
Who is my Mother (1)
Spring Rhymes (1)
I hope you enjoy the little challenges for today. They are connected to Springtime. (To see whole page click ‘fit to page’)
Now join in with a song that you all know well. We sing this at nursery about the rabbit who has a fly upon his nose. So the rabbit Flips it and Flops it and the Fly Flew away!
Little Peter Rabbit song
Jackie P has been thinking about rhyming words and created this new song about Elmer. You could practise it and sing along with us on Friday at singing time.
Elmer Song (1)
Play the Nursery Memory Game!
Elephants, like Elmer, never forget things because they practise using their memories….
You need to find a tray, a tea towel, someone to play with, 5 items e.g. pencil, toy car, lol toy, coin, button, toy animal, key, Lego brick- whatever you can find…
Put the things you’ve chosen on the tray. Now tell the other person that you are playing with to look at and remember what is there. Use the tea towel to cover everything and ask them to close their eyes (like at Nursery) Carefully take one thing away and hide it under the tea towel beside you. Ask the other person to open their eyes and try to guess what’s missing. Did they do it? Take turns to hide and guess.
Well done for playing the game! Make it more difficult by adding more things…….