Archive for April, 2016
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A group of our Honey Bee’s went out in our 6 seater pram to visit the local Library. The children enjoyed spotting lots of things on the way there such as cars, buses, trees and dogs. The children were very excited when they arrived at the library and thoroughly enjoyed exploring the selection of children’s books. They really enjoyed the texture books and the books with animals and vehicles were also a big hit!
Last week a group of our Workers Bee’s went on a trip to Calderstones Park. When they arrived the staff introduced a story to the children called “The Dragon of Allerton Oak”. This story was a fictional story about one of trees at Calderstones Park. The children and staff went on a hunt to find the tree and then sat together underneath it where they listened to the story. Our Worker Bees loved the story and went on to discuss why the tree was damaged, and followed this up by doing a search in the park for the dragons that had been hidden by the staff. The trip was a great success and they managed to spend some time at the play area before heading back to nursery, where the adventures of the Dragon and the Allerton oak tree continued!
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The children from Worker Bees went on a trip to the World Museum to explore the colour exhibition. There was so much to do and they learnt so much! They were able to look through the back of an eye to see what the eye sees before the brain creates an image. They also explored colour mixing and used primary colours to make secondary colours. They also took the challenge to build a rainbow! This exhibition is highly recommended by Worker Bees!
The children in Worker Bees had some visitors come into their room today from the children’s centre. They were promoting good dental hygiene. They explained to the children why it is important to look after their teeth and showed them how to brush their teeth properly. The children practiced teeth brushing on a big set of teeth. They also got to dress up as dentists. They had lots of fun!
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