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Focus on Nursery

12 February 2014

This week in Nursery we have been looking and learning about winter. Lucky for us that we had loads of snow as a resource. The focus for the week has been the story ‘Big Feet’. The story allowed the children to use their imagination to talk about adventures in the snow. We made big and small foot prints in the snow, looked for big and small sticks hidden in the snow and compared sizes.

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  • Nursery children with numbers activity

During phonics lessons we looked at the letter sound ‘i’. We tried to build igloos in the snow but it was a difficult task for us. We continued to work on our number writing and letter formation and tried out different ways to keep the children interested. We used big paint brushes to practice number writing in the snow.

The snow has allowed the teachers to think outside the box and use a variety of techniques to encourage different learning opportunities for the children. Playing in the snow has given the children such a lot of fun even if at the end of break they are a bit soggy.

Alfred Creissen 
Early Years Coordinator