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Summer Term

Vocabulary that we will be using this term. Please try to use these words at home as well to help your child learn them.

An overview of this terms topics.

we have been learning about the Caribbean. Thank you so much Layla and her family for bringing in some yummy Caribbean foods and lots of interesting resources to help us learn. we have also been looking at some real fish!

Our new topic is under the sea.

Today we have continued learning about Africa and the story of 'Handa's Surprise'. We made pasta necklaces. We also enjoyed playing with the slime!

Today we made fruit baskets like in the story 'Handa's Surprise'. We also did a lovely puppet show with African animal puppets.

We are still enjoying learning about Africa and the story 'Handa's Surprise'

Our new topic is Handa's Surprise a story set in Africa.

What a busy day, making ice cream and playing the drums! The ice cream recipe below is super quick and easy if you wanted to try at home.

Meadfoot Beach. What a wonderful time we had at the beach!

week starting the 22nd May. We are learning about a new story book ''Oliver's Vegetables''.

We have been learning about frog life cycles. Our plants are growing really well in the garden.

Week starting the 15th of May. We have enjoyed being mechanics and plumbers in our role play corner.

Another wonderful dance lesson with our dance teacher Polly.

Week starting the 9th of May. We are starting a new topic about the story of 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar''.

Another Coronation party!

Thank you Friends of Homelands School! The friends have donated a lovely little packet of seeds for all of the children at nursery to plant at home to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles. They also kindly donated some extra seed for us to sow in our garden area. The children were busy weeding and preparing the ground ready to sow the seeds later today. Eliana found a friendly snail.

Celebrating the King's Coronation. We made crowns and flags. We had a party at snack time everyday this week!

Week starting the 24th of April. Continuing our Eid topic.

Week starting the 18th March. Celebrating Eid. On Tuesday we had a dance teacher called Polly teaching us to dance in the hall. We had so much fun and look forward to seeing Polly every week until half term. We also planted lots of plants in the garden. We planted strawberries, pumpkins, beetroot, sweetcorn and tomatoes.

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