In nursery we have been thinking about how animals move in different ways. We enjoyed watching some dogs complete an agility course at Crufts. We decided to set up our own ‘agility’ course in our outdoor area. The children enjoyed weaving around cones, crawling through a tunnel, climbing over crates and balancing on our climbing equipment.
We had a fantastic trip to Ash End House Farm. The weather was perfect and we loved seeing all the different animals. We got to stroke a chick, feed a goat and a lamb and we watched a foal being fed too! We learnt lots about what it is like to be a farmer and what they need to do
Mrs Lindsay brought her dog Piper, to school. She told us all about what it is like to have a pet dog. She even showed us how Piper can do tricks. We loved having Piper come to nursery!
We had fun pretending to be chocolatiers for the day! We melted solid chocolate in the microwave and then poured the liquid chocolate into some chocolate moulds. We put them in the fridge for an hour and predicted what we thought might happen to the chocolate. When we got the moulds out of the fridge the chocolates had turned solid
We went on a bear hunt around our school. We went through ‘swishy, swashy’ grass, ‘thick oozy’ mud and a ‘big dark’ forest. We also had to go through a ‘deep, cold’ river and had a snowball fight in a ‘swirling, whirling’ snowstorm. We then crept through a ‘narrow, gloomy’ cave and we found a bear! Off we go! We