Mother’s Day and Comic Relief

This week in Nursery the children have focused on Mother’s Day and Comic Relief. The children started this week by recapping the story ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ and talking about how this Sunday is a special day called Mother’s Day. The children then shared ways they could be kind to their mothers and were encouraged to make a Mother’s Day card. Some children also decided to make a bracelet and/or a special flower in the creative area and cups of coffee and tea in the water tray. In the outside area, lots of children also made perfume in the mud kitchen using a range different coloured water as well as petals, mint, mud and leaves as some children thought their mothers would like some perfume as a gift. This week the children also enjoyed watching the snow, which led to children recapping what they could wear to keep warm in the snow. Later on this week, the children also listened to a story called ‘Spikes Best Nest’, which led to the children discussing who lives in their houses, different birds and making pretend nest together outside. On Friday, the children discussed why they are wearing red, something funny or their own clothing from home, sketched their favourite Mr/Miss Character and took part in the Comic Relief quiz. The children also practised making red noses in the playdough area and challenged themselves to see how many red noses they could draw in a minute. They also learnt two new nursery rhymes this week called ‘Mary Mary quite contrary’ and ‘I’m a little Teapot’.

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