Latest Play Room News
In Jack in the box the children have been taking part in lots of art activities and particularly enjoyed balloon painting. Now we are all on the move we have started to explore more physical activities such as soft play and tents and tunnels as well as beginning to look at big and little using objects in the environment.
The children in Ragdoll have been practicing their independence skills and are starting to self-serve some elements of there meals as well as starting to explore the potty and talking about what it is used for. They have also been focusing on colour and shape recognition encouraging this through their play as well as displays in the room.
Hopscotch have also been exploring their independence skills self-serving their meals, using open tops cups, starting to use the potty independently as well as practicing dressing and undressing. The children have started to explore their favourite stories making a display with their observational drawings.
This term Hobby Horse are exploring ‘We’re Going On a Bear Hunt’ and looking at lots of different rhythm and rhyme activities at circle time. The children have also started to explore shape and colour in the environment to create a new display and talking about the marks they make.
Spinning Tops are exploring both 2D and 3D shapes. They have been making pictures using 2D shapes and are starting to learn the names of the 3D shapes. The children have been voting for their favourite book and using the information to create a wonderful 3D display, they are also starting to look at the different seasons using their home and nursery experiences to create a display about them.
Thank you to everyone who to part in the Christmas raffle. We raised an amazing £239 for Autism Anglia.
Red Nose day is coming so we will be having a sponsored Pyjama Party the week of the 11th March.
The 1st April is Autism awareness week and we will be raising money with a rainbow themed bake sale and dressing up week.