We had a fantastic Kinderboeken week. We had lots of grandparents come in to read us stories in different languages – thank you all very much, it’s been great. On Monday we got to wear our pyjamas to school. We also got milk and cookies to have in bed!
If your child does not have wellies or water proof rain gear could you please bring them in as the rain has really started to pour.
Today Rhyme Time will not be on but there will be an assembly where we will be saying an Oma and Opa poem for everyone.
Have a brilliant time during the holidays and see you all on Monday 31st October.
Miss Kelly and Mrs. van de Weijden 🙂
Next week is Kinderboekenweek (Children’s book week) and the theme is Oma and Opa (Grandmother and Grandfather). On Monday everyone can come to school in their pyjamas! If anybody would like to volunteer to read a story to the children during next week please let me know.
Just a reminder – please ensure that each child has a pair of wellies for the outdoor area as they will be wearing them whenever they are outdoors and changing into their indoors shoes when they are back inside. Thanks!
Today we are going to make sandwiches for IPC. We are really looking forward to this. We will be spreading butter onto the bread and choosing a filling.
We are continuing to enjoy our Power of Reading book, Tanka, Tanka, Skunk. We made a story map using the animal pictures and we are clapping out all of the animal syllables together when reading it.
Have a great weekend!
Miss Kelly and Mrs. van der Weijden.
I have a couple of friendly reminders.
The nursery door opens at 8:30am. The school day starts at 8:45am. The register is taken at 8:45am and then lessons begin straight after. Please make sure that your child is in school by 8:45am to ensure that they, and others, do not miss out on valuable learning time.
The weather has gotten much colder now. Please send your child to school in clothes suitable for this weather including a warm coat, hat and wellies. The children have access to the outdoors throughout the day so it is really important that they stay warm and dry.
Miss Kelly and Mrs. van der Weijden
This week we started a new Power of Reading book called Tanka, Tanka, Skunk. Their names sound like drums together! This book focuses on rhythm and syllables. We have had lots of fun clapping out the syllables of the different animal names.
For our IPC topic Food, we made popcorn cones from paper and learnt how popcorn is made. We listened to it popping in the microwave and ate some in our homemade cinema! We will be trying different cheeses today.
Thank you to those who came to the parents evening on Thursday, it was great to see you all. If you weren’t able to meet me then, please let me know and we can arrange a date and time for another meeting.
Rhyme Time will be on again today at 2.30pm (and every Friday) if you would like to join us in singing some songs.
Have a great weekend,
Just a quick reminder not to forgot to bring in library books tomorrow for our weekly library session 🙂