Class Blog for Issys Nursery

Our Learning this week 

Our focus story is 'Goldilocks and the three Bears'.
We have found several different versions here in Nursery, have you any different ones at home?

We are currently looking at the language of size, and finding things that are large, medium or small.

Can you find any things at home that are large, medium or small?



Nursery had a special visitor during the night; he left some presents for the children. We are very lucky!

Thank you Father Christmas!


Nursery window display 

Nursery's Christmas window display was a joint piece of work with all of the children joining in.
We are very pleased with how our Christmas Angel looks!


Christmas Jumper Day 

The Nursery children enjoyed wearing their Christmas jumpers for the special day and have been wearing Christmas outfits ever since!
We didn't realise that there were so many different types of dresses, jumpers and tops! They have made us feel very festive.


Autumn leaves 

Nursery children have been on some Autumn walks around the school site this week.

We have put on our waterproofs and wellington boots as it was very wet and muddy in places.

The children were searching for yellow and brown leaves to add to our Autumn colour display, and they found lots!

We looked at and compared the different trees, and their types of leaves, and found some trees that were Evergreen.


Children in Need 

Nursery children enjoyed raising money for 'Children in need' by having the chance to join in with their virtual duck race.
They dressed up colourfully and raised £40! Well done everyone.



The Nursery children have been making pictures and art work to go in our new 'Gallery'.

We hope you agree that the display is looking very professional with our picture frames.

The children can't wait to have their work put on show in 'The Gallery'.  


Spider Webs 

Issy's Nursery children have been enjoying their focus story 'The Very Busy Spider'.

They have been looking for spiders in the garden and on the way to Nursery. We have been looking at pictures of them and finding out different facts about them, too.

Did you know that the spider's silky thread comes out of its body through an opening called 'the spinneret'?

Here is a photo of some of the web pictures the children made; they were able to use their scissor skills to cut the string to just the right size that they needed. 



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