Nursery Rhymes

Singing nursery rhymes can help children to learn and understand different speech sounds needed for talking and reading.

This term we will be learning some traditional songs and rhymes. We will display them in the corridor so that you can continue the songs at home.

We are currently learning the songs-  ‘Polly put the Kettle on’ and ‘I’m a little Teapot.’

 

We changed the song by adding our own names.
We changed the song by adding our own names.
We made tea in the water tray and sung as we worked!
We made tea in the water tray and sung as we worked!

 

Nursery has a new sandpit!

We have been working hard to make a new sandpit in our nursery garden.

We found a space in an old unused shed.
We found a space in an old unused shed.
We worked together to clear it out!
We worked together to clear it out!

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It's ready for some sand!
It’s ready for some sand!
A lorry delivered us a big bag of sand.
A lorry delivered us a big bag of sand.
We worked together to transport the sand into the shed.
We worked together to transport the sand into the shed.
Some children filled the buckets and some emptied the buckets.
Some children filled the buckets and some emptied the buckets.
We used real tools to make shelves.
We used real tools to make shelves.
The hand drill made holes.
The hand drill made holes.
We used the screwdriver to turn the screws.
We used the screwdriver to turn the screws.
Our new sandpit is ready!
Our new sandpit is ready!

 

Pumpkin fun!

This week in Nursery, we have been exploring pumpkins. Have a look at some of the things we have been doing.

We strengthened our hand muscles by pushing and hammering golf tees and pins. The pumpkin skin was very hard!
We strengthened our hand muscles by pushing and hammering golf tees and pins. The pumpkin skin was very hard!
We made pumpkin soup!
We made pumpkin soup!

 

We tasted the pumpkin soup.
We tasted the pumpkin soup.
Yummy!
“Yummy!”
"Yuk!"
“Yuk!”

Did you like the pumpkin soup? Tell your family about it.