Happy new year

Our story this week has been about 10 gingerbread men who disappear. We have counted from 10-0 and from 5-0. 
Mrs Todd Bryce helped us to make our own gingerbread. It was very tasty.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

This morning 3 ladies visited us from the Soroptomist International. They had made us a beautiful story sack full of things from the story. The children all sat and listened to the retelling and then got to play with the objects. We are looking forward to our next book, The enormous turnip. Thank…

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Working together and taking turns.

Everyone loves the marble run. We are working together to build the track and share out the marbles. Look at how we are sat waiting for a turn.

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Exploring using our senses!

This week we have been using our senses to explore. We smelled different scents with our noses. The Parmesan cheese was not very popular! 
Today we have used our sense of touch to explore , using our feet. The children gathered toys from inside and outside. Ivy told us the sand felt smooth and…

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Harvest

Today we have looked in our Harvest chatterbox . We found a tractor and lots of different vegetables and fruit. We talked about some of the fruit being picked in hot countries. We found out that our bananas came from Costa Rica.

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Teddy Bears Picnic

The children asked could we have a Teddy bears picnic. We made our own plates and snacks and all children were encouraged to talk about their bears using a full sentence. Older children had to tell the others two facts about their bear.

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Experimenting

We have been experimenting with different sized vehicles and tubes. We tried to predict which vehicles would fit down which tube. We tried out our predictions.

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Egg rolling part 2

Ready for our big roll. We had a practice of the rolling action first which everyone managed. No eggs went splat today!

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Egg rolling

Yesterday we painted some boiled eggs and left them overnight to dry. Today we rolled the eggs down the playground which turned out to be the perfect hill. All of the children’s eggs made it to the bottom. We had a few sad faces when the eggs cracked but our chocolate prizes soon cheered us up. We…

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Look at our special visitor!

A very special visitor came to Nursery and told us we had been good. He has brought us a present 

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A Happy and Peaceful Christmas to all of our families and friends from all of the children and staff at Scotforth St. Paul’s School

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Christmas lunch

We were very excited to have Christmas crackers with our lunch today. We discovered that it’s fun to pull the cracker with a friend.

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