The children had fun filled day making red noses necklaces , decorating cakes and dancing. They’ve learned about an importance of drinking water and that some people in poor countries are less fortunate than us with no clean water, food or house. They wore something red for a red nose day.
The children enjoyed World Book Day that we have been celebrating for the whole week. We were exploring stories written by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt.On Friday the 8th of March we finished our celebrations with a “dress up” day. The children came dressed up as their favorite storybook character. Everyone had lots of fun.
It has been a busy week in the nursery. We’ve has so much fun celebrating Chinese New Year. We’ve found out that this year is a year of pig. We enjoyed making a dragon in the art area and danced with it on Friday. We’ve tasted some Chinese food ,did some amazing Chinese writing and we’ve had a turn to eat some marshmallows using chopsticks. We also enjoyed taking food orders in our Chinese café. We’ve watched a short video of how people celebrate New Year in China.
We’ve had a fun filled week learning about our famous Scottish poet Robert Burns. The children participated in making some colourful tartan and dancing to ceilidh music. They’ve been listening to some of his poems – Up in the mornin’s no fur me’ and ‘The moose’and learned some Scottish words. On Friday the 25th of January we had a ‘pairty’ with a special Burns supper – haggis, oatcakes and Scottish cheddar cheese. We watched a display of HIghland Dancing and had a poem about a ‘wee dug’.