Main Theme – Setting Routine & Golden Rules
|Small World Corner & ’Belly Play’ Carpet Using imaginative play & language Understanding the world||Vehicle Table Using fine motor skills with co-operative play & language Using imagination to create scenarios||Home Corner Imitating everyday experiences in role-play scenarios Communicating through language & actions Collaborative interactions with peers Petting Zoo, Bakery|
|Construction Tray Using fine/gross motor skills & imagination to build, create & assemble Exploring shape, pattern & size||Puzzles Using critical thinking to match shapes & patterns Using fine motor skills & manipulation to assemble & complete peg, inset & table top puzzles||Understanding the World Experiencing different textures & materials Exploring using descriptive language Finding out about the animals, plants & technology of the world around us Dinosaur World|
|Literacy Table Creative mark-making & early writing Development of tripod grip for control Develop manipulation & control Use a comfortable grip with good control when holding pens & pencils||Craft Activity Creating with different materials Using fine motor & cutting skills Sponge Painting Bags Christmas Crafts||Mathematics Tray Exploring numbers, counting & comparisons Understanding shape, pattern & measures (SL-2024) Link numerals and amounts, up to 5 (SL-2025) Compare amounts, say ‘lots’, ‘more’ or ‘same’|
|Painting Area Free-painting & mark-making Developing brush control Exploring colour mixing Large mark-making on floor||Malleable Materials Table Manipulating materials using hands, tools & equipment Creative model-making Playdough with natural materials||Book Corner Handling & exploring story, picture & non-fiction books Listening to, understanding & interacting with stories Developing awareness of rhyme & initial sounds Seasonal Stories|
PSED – Develop their sense of responsibility & membership of a community (SL-2024) : Grow in independence, rejecting help (“me do it”) (SL-2025)
Please see above our planning for the next two weeks. Our main theme for the rest of this term will be building towards our Christmas Celebrations in nursery. We will also be talking about the way that different families celebrate Christmas at home and that some families celebrate special occasions at other times of the year and in other ways. We all have our unique traditions and routines that are important to us and our families . This covers the part of our curriculum that encourages children to “Develop their sense of responsibility and membership of a community”. Children feel important and valued when we find small ways for them to contribute to home and nursery life, this in turn develops their sense of responsibility and belonging.Even learning to get themselves dressed and put on their shoes helps children to gain a sense growing independence and responsibility.
We have all ready begun practising the songs for our Nativity Play, practise makes perfect we hope ! You may have already heard snippets of the songs, the children have been picking them up amazingly well. We look forward to welcoming you to our Nativity Play on Monday 11th December.
Saturday 18th November
10-30 am Members of All Saints Church are organising an Autumn Fair to be held in the Church Hall. There will be a toy stall, cakes, raffle,
gifts, and activities for children. Please do come along and support this event.
Tuesday 5th December Frasers Portraits will be in nursery from 8-30 am to take photographs of the children.If your child is not normally in nursery on a Tuesday they are welcome to come in, please speak to a member of staff who will make you an appointment. Siblings are also welcome. The photographs will be posted directly to you and will arrive in time for Christmas.
Wednesday 6th December We have heard from Father Christmas that he will be in our area at 11 am on this morning.If your child is not normally in on a Wednesday then please do bring them in at 11am to receive their gift from Father Christmas.
Monday 11th December You are invited to our lovely Nativity play at 11am which will be followed by tea,coffee and mince pies.
Grandparents, Aunties and Uncles etc are all welcome. More details will follow but for now please save the date.