EYFS couldn’t believe their eyes when they arrived at school this morning. The whole of the Foundation Stage was transformed into a winter wonderland!
The teachers didn’t do it, the children didn’t do it and Mr Payne didn’t do it. So we checked the cameras and this is what we found……
We have had a fantastic time celebrating National Nursery Rhyme Week 2020.
Each day we sang a different Nursery Rhyme and we linked our planning time to the rhymes too.
Our Nursery Rhymes were:
Monday – ‘The Wheels on the Bus’
Tuesday – ‘Five Little Speckled Frogs’
Wednesday – ‘Hickory Dickory Dock’
Thursday – ‘Old MacDonald had a Farm’
Friday – ‘Miss Polly had a Dolly’.
Hope you all enjoy our latest story 🙂
We have been learning about Diwali in Foundation Stage.
We’ve had lots of fun learning about the festival of light and made our own special Diwali lamps, called diyas, as part of our celebrations.
In Reception we are completing a daily ‘Funky Fingers’ challenge to continue to strengthen our finger, thumb and hand muscles. Across the week we have completed four challenges: Dough Disco, Firework Finger Grab, Firework cutting and threading. We have loved doing our daily finger exercises and we can’t wait to see what our challenges will be next week!
I set Reception ‘Funky Fingers’ challenges for their homework.
Here are some of their amazing photographs from their ‘Funky Fingers’ activities at home: