This week we were sad to say goodbye to Miss Vincent, but we made sure that her last week was a good one! On Monday we enjoyed exploring the grounds of nursery and noticing the signs. We played on our bikes and even made a dinosaur out of sticks and leaves. The weather might have been better this week, but in true Acorns Westmeston style, we still managed to find some muddy puddles to play in on Tuesday. We worked together as a team to transport mud and fill a cooking pot to
This week we celebrated Valentine’s Day. On Monday the children came in to find colouring sheets on the table that had lots of different sized hearts shapes printed on them. The children really enjoyed this activity. They traced over the hearts and talked about the different sizes. “That one is the biggest.” “This heart is for Mummy, this heart is for Daddy.” We had fun in the garden, riding on the bikes and scooters. We made some yummy mud cakes in the mud kitchen. We added
Last week we had snow, but this week we had rain and wind....and lots of it! We certainly got lots of practise of putting our wet weather clothing on and taking it off. On Monday and Tuesday we learnt all about Chinese New Year. We read the story of the animal race and found out how Chinese people celebrate this special time of year. Mrs Butcher showed us some pictures and souvenirs from her time in China. We had fun making lanterns and using scissors to investigate cutting a
Stay and Play Week. It was lovely to have you here and for you to join in with our free play, crafts and carpet times. We hope you enjoyed your time with us. Please remember that we have an open door policy at The Acorns and that you are always welcome to stay and play or to pop in during the day to see what we are up to.
On Monday we enjoyed free painting, we used bright colours and painted some amazing pictures that are now hanging up around the nursery. We read lots of s
We have had yet another fabulously fun week here at Westmeston! In our role play corner we had a hairdressing salon. We enjoyed gently styling each other's hair and being imaginative with the accessories. We gave the grown-ups makeovers too. We transformed Mrs Tubb. She enjoyed the experience very much! At the beginning of the week a nice man called Gerald popped by to point out a flock of field fares and red wings in the field behind us. He showed us pictures of these