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week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).

week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  1
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  2
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  3
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  4
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  5
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  6
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  7
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  8
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  9
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  10
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  11
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  12
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  13
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  14
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  15
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  16
week beginning 16th October. Pumpkins. We have been looking closely at a pumkin this week. The children looked at the pumpkin before it was cut up. Some of us were very surprised by what we found inside. Then everybody had a turn to scoop out the seeds, they were very slippery and we practised counting some of them. Mrs Marshall made a face in the pumpkin when we had finished. (Everybody has a turn at all activities in nursery, the children who didn't have a go today will have a go next time).  17

week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back.

week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 1
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 2
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 3
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 4
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 5
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 6
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 7
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 8
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 9
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 10
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 11
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 12
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 13
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 14
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 15
week beginning 9th October. Outdoor Play. We played together outside. Everybody worked hard to try and throw the ball in the crates. Some of us were able to throw the ball in when we stood further back. 16
Willow Class AM and PM 2017-2018

A big welcome to all the new children in Willow class!! All the children have all settled really well into nursery life and have made new friends. Look on here for weekly updates and photographs to show all of the learning and fun we have in Willow!

Willow Class 2016-2017

England

 

This week we have been learning about England.  We know that the capital of England is London.  We also found out that the Queen lives in Buckingham Palace and likes to spend her weekends in Windsor.  The Queen sent us a letter asking us to become her guards and we performed the "Grand Old Duke of York" in front of the whole school at Worldvision.

Thank- you to all the parents and carers for coming to see our performance!

Forming lines and circles.

 

The children in willow have been exploring the shaving foam this week.  They have been challenged to form circles and lines in the glittery shaving form and also vertical and horizontal lines.  Can you help at home by marking lines and a circles with your child?

 

     

 

 

The Police Officers came to Willow Class

 

The Police came into Willow Class today.  They were really kind and told us all about their job... Not only do they catch the baddies they also keep us safe and help us if we get lost.  We looked at their uniform and thought it was really good.  We even heard someone call for help on the Walkie- Talkie.  Thank- you for coming to visit us in Willow!

 

 

 

 

 

We had a very special visitor!

 

Mrs Lau came to Willow to talk about her job.  We found out that Mrs Lau is a chef and works really hard to make lots of food for her customers.  We pretended to make food in Mrs Lau's Wok.  We even tried some prawn crackers that Mrs Lau had made in her restaurant.  We thought that the prawn cracker were really tasty!

 

We tried some fortune cookies!   

 

 

 

 

Look at how well we can mark!


As part of our World Book Day celebrations, we were challenged to draw a book character.  Willow class did a fantastic job. Miss Yates is so impressed with how well we can control our crayons and give meaning to the marks we make.  Here are some of our bookmarks... Can you guess which characters has been drawn?

 

I spy.... Captain America, The Little Mermaid, Spiderman and Elsa

 

I can see some very familiar characters! Willow class I am so impressed with your mark making skills!

World Book Day 2nd March 2017

World Book Day 2nd March 2017  1 We had a great day celebrating World Book Day!
World Book Day 2nd March 2017  2 What chracters can you see?

Ba Ba Black Sheep! 

In rhyme time this week the children are learning "Ba Ba Black Sheep" We used straws and black paint to blow bubbles to create our own sheep.  It was so exciting to see the bubbles grow and then pop them onto the paper.  

 

 

Look at all the sheep!

 

 

 

 

Willow Class 2015-2016

 

A Tea Party!

 

In our outdoor learning area we have been using the avaliable resources to set up our own tea party.  The children had a lovely time sharing their thoughts and feelings with each other.

 

 

 

Building Site

 

Wow, children in Willow class have been super busy this week on our building site.  The children have been counting the number bricks they have used to build their houses; measuring who built the tallest house and even marking lists of who wanted tea and coffee when it was time for a break! Well Done Willow for showing our school values when on our builders site!!

 

   

 

 

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