Welcome to Mallard Class
Mrs Taylor and Mrs Taylor are very impressed with how the new Mallards have settled into their learning this term - we are both looking forward to helping them becoming the best they can be this year.
We will making the most of all the learning opportunities in Nursery both inside and outside. As we move through each term we will add photos, information and home learning to this page so please check back each week to see what we have all been up to.
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This morning we have had a think about Remembrance Day and why we wear poppies. We watched the beautiful and evocative animation on CBeebies that sees war as experienced by animals in a WWI battlefield.
The children asked questions and talked about the feelings of the animals. If you would like to watch it again with your child please google CBeebies Remembrance animation.
Week 2 -
The Foggy Foggy Forest
This week we have read The Foggy Foggy Forest by Nick Sharrett. The children have LOVED it! We have created our own forest role play, explored shadows and had lots of fun with rhyme! The magic rhyme bag was lots of fun. We've also enjoyed our new role play area outside - we've had lots of imaginative role play using the different hats, bags and props! I have to say the superheroes were definitely a favourite.
Term 2 - Week 1
Welcome back after the half term - we hope you all had an enjoyable week. It's lovely to welcome all of the Mallards back - they are full of enthusiasm and ready for another busy term!
This week we have been thinking about Fireworks. We've enjoyed lots of creative activities and have been using the instruments to create LOUD and quiet sounds! I think making chocolate sparklers was a firm favourite!
We're Going on a Bear Hunt
We've been reading 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt' this week! We've enjoyed lots of story telling and we even made some story maps.
On Thursday Mrs Taylor heard some crying so we went on our own Bear Hunt to find the bear who was feeling sad.
It was a beautiful day and we weren't scared! But oh no we met some obstacles along the way!
Grass - swishy, swashy grass. We couldn't go over it, we couldn't go under it. Oh no we had to go through it!
A river - a deep, cold river!
Splash, splosh, splash, splosh - we had to go through it!
A swirly, whirly snowstorm! We can't go under it, we can't over it, oh no we've got to go through it!
Hooooo, wooooooo, hoooooo, woooooo.
Finally we found the cave. We saw 2 big furry ears, 2 big googly eyes, 1 shiny wet nose! It was the bear! Some of us were scared and ran away and some of us gave a bear a big cuddle to cheer him up!
Bear then came back to Mallards where we shared bear snacks and had a tea party!
Week 4 - Autumn and Chicken Licken
The weather seems to have turned a little autumnal this week so we've been investigating what changes happen in the autumn!
Was the sky falling down? Chicken Licken seemed to think so but Mallards knew it was just an acorn falling from the tree! What else falls from the trees in the autumn? We've explored conkers, acorns, different coloured leaves, fir cones and sycamore seeds!
Week 3 - Number rhymes
We have been doing lots of counting this week and we've enjoyed singing 5 Little speckled frogs, 5 little men in a flying saucer and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 once I caught a fish alive! Ask me to sing you one of these songs at home.
Week 2 - Rhymes and dinosaurs
As well as more exploring and making new friends this week we've been learning some nursery rhymes and Benjamin inspired us with a dinosaur story. We put on our wellingtons and did lots of STOMPING and ROARING in the paint just like the dinosaurs in the story!
September 2018 - Our first week in Mallards
Wow! The children in Mallards have been so busy learning, exploring and making new friends this week. As well as learning new rules and routines. We are very proud of them and are looking forward to a great year! Here are a few photographs of some of the things we have been doing.