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Week 7 in Nursery

posted 12 Jun 2015, 05:35 by Tom Kentfield-Wells   [ updated 12 Jun 2015, 05:35 ]
Welcome back everyone. We hope that you had a lovely half term break! As we embark on the final summer half term, we look forward to sharing our learning with you and making our best even better! This week in Nursery we have been learning to give meaning to marks that we make, we have been learning to count and identify numbers and we have been learning to listen to stories and look at books independently.

In literacy we read a non-fiction book about dinosaurs. We learnt lots of interesting facts and during child initiated play we enjoyed independently looking at other books about dinosaurs.


Did you know that the word dinosaur means terrible lizard?


We have been giving meaning to marks that we make by drawing pictures, writing labels and practising writing our name.

We have been practising counting through songs and rhymes. We have enjoyed counting using Numicon and finding numbers within our environment.



We had a special visitor in Nursery this week. The nurse come to talk to us about healthy eating. 


We went on an adventure this week in Nursery. We discovered some dinosaur footprints that lead us down the KS2 corridor. We put on our walking boots and followed numbered dinosaur footprints. Some of the footprints had a question about dinosaurs on them that we had to answer. And do you know what the dinosaur footprints lead us to?............A DINOSAUR EGG! We were extremely excited about our findings and we decided to make a nest to protect it and keep it warm. We look forward to monitoring its progress and we will keep you updated!


It has been a very busy week in Nursery and we have been making our best better to be the best that we can be!


Keep checking Nursery’s webpage and the academy’s Twitter page to find out what we have been getting up to! Next week our letter of the week is ‘a’ and our number of the week is 12.

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