We made ‘Apple Crumble’ today, chopping the apples and ‘rubbing in’ the crumble.
This week the interest table is all about the Garden.
The activitys this week will include a nature walk on the field to see if we can find the areas of the field to match the photos we took last week. Playing colour sorting games inside and outside, making Apple Crumble (yummy), using the work bench in the garden, guiding pixie robot around the board of photos, Gruffalo story sack and sound games.
In the water this week there are small bottles for pouring. The sand has the scales in for weighing, is it heavy or light?
Turn taking and counting with Incy Wincy Spider
Trying noodles at snack time with chopsticks!!
Sweeping and clearing the leaves!
Just a reminder that the Debenham Roundabout Pre-school AGM will take place at the Pre-school this Thursday 2nd October at 7:30pm. All are welcome.
Did you know that the preschool is run by a committee of volunteers? Without these volunteers, we wouldn’t have a pre-school. The committee is involved in everything from fundraising for equipment to the ongoing management, maintenance and development of the pre-school itself.
If you are interested in becoming more involved in supporting your child’s development, please come along. Even if you only have time to bake some cakes or man a stall at one of our events, your support would be appreciated.
You can have a chat with current committee members (we don’t bite!), have a drink and some nibbles and find out a bit more about what we do. We’d love to see you.
This week our featured room is the bedroom. We’ll be talking about items you have in your bedroom.
In the sand this week is ‘Making and decorating ice-creams’ . The water activity is ‘Incy Wincy Spider’
The activity’s we’ll be doing this week include using the laptop, making block prints, using the ‘flip’ video camera, going on a nature walk, making a collage, trying noodles for snack, listening to story sacks, making chalk drawings and playing Incy Wincy Spider board game.
Hunting for bears in the ‘Forest’!