Nursery Latest News – Summer 2 – Week 1

This week the children have enjoyed listening to the story ‘ Superworm’ by Julia Donaldson. We discussed the key characters and recalled the story plot, focusing on the beginning middle and end of the story. We were impressed with their recall and use of descriptive language. I wonder if they can recall the story to you?

We used fiction books and short clips to learn new facts about worms. The children were excited to learn that worms have no eyes and five hearts!

The children have been very determined to find real worms in the nursery garden. They enjoyed making the ground wet with the hose which helped to entice the worms to the surface of the mud. Lots of children were very happy to hold the worms in their hands and were excited to watch them wriggle.

The love of finding living things didn’t stop with worms, the children have also been fortunate to discover lots of caterpillars, wood lice, centipedes and spiders. This has sparked lots of curiosity amongst the children, they have asked lots of questions and commented on what they have found to their friends.

In maths we explored the concept of length, we learnt that it is when you measure to see how long or short something is. We used the comparative language ‘longer than’ and ‘shorter than’ to compare the length of plastic worms. The children then ordered pieces of string in length order starting with shortest to longest.

We have been developing the children’s fine motor skills, by weaving ‘super worm ‘and painting and drawing pictures or worms.

We look forward to more super worm learning next week.

Have a lovely weekend

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This week the children enjoyed their first PE lesson. They changed independently and listened well to the safety rules of the hall. The children then took a trip into the ‘jungle’ where they moved their bodies like different animals. We ended the lesson with some mindfulness yoga.

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