Archive for October, 2016
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This morning we invited grandparents in to nursery to help us carve our pumpkins. We had lots of fun pulling out the inside of the pumpkin and getting really messy! Our grandparents helped us to cut out facial features to make our pumpkins really scary. Some of us also used glue, glitter and paint to make really colourful pumpkins. We made sure our grandparents got really messy! We hope they will come again another day to play with us.
The Worker Bees children went Pumpkin Picking at Kenyon Hall Farm today. The had so much fun searching the fields for the perfect pumpkin! Some were small some were big and some had been smashed – they looked yucky! We put them in the wheelbarrow to collect and made Mike push it! We were also able to have a little sit on the tractor and we had a story whilst sat on the hay bales. We can’t wait to carve them in nursery.
This morning Zoolab came to visit Honey Pot Garston. The children and their grandparents helped the ranger perform some magic to try and make some Halloween treats appear but all we managed to produce were some creepy creatures!! There was a Large African Snail, a cockroach, a frog, a tarantula, a scorpion and a Snake called Harriet! The children and their grandparents were so brave and held and stroked some of the animals. Harriet the Snake was definitely everybody’s favourite!
Today we went pumpkin picking at Church Farm in Lydiate. The children chose a wheel barrow then wandered through the fields of pumpkins until they found one to take home. We found orange pumpkins and green pumpkins. They also paid a visit to the duck pond and the play area where they had enough time to play on the swings and slides before they set off back to nursery. We cant wait to see what the pumpkins look like once they have been carved by the children and their parents!
The children from Busy Bees went on a trip to Kenyon Hall farm today to attempt the Maize Maze! The children had lots of fun choosing which way to go and found some giant vegetables along the way. They also ended up at a few dead ends and had to retrace their steps and go a different way! They completed the challenge and got to ride some tractors at the end. It was so much fun and highly recommended to others!
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