In Baby Bees, Leanne’s group had fun exploring themed messy play. The children enjoyed filling and emptying containers with the coloured rice and also hiding the carrots in it! They particularly liked giving the rabbit a big cuddle and having a taste of the real carrots!!
In Honey Bees, Sarah-Lou’s key group explored a themed tuff tray relating to the story “Where do diggers sleep at night?”
The children enjoyed looking through the book and pointing out what they could see.
Sarah-Lou recalled parts of the story to the children as they explored the mud with the diggers.
This week Preschool had their first session of Yoga Bears. They had fun learning about each bear and its special Zen power!
The children were so relaxed and calm and enjoyed learning the tree pose and the butterfly pose, finishing the session with meditation!
It was a great way to unwind after a busy morning!
This week Forest School began again for Honey Pot Wavertree! The children had so much fun sitting around the fire circle, learning about the rules and fire safety. The children are very excited to be introduced to the fire pit and help cook their lunch next week!
Today children from our Garston nursery went on a trip to our Wavertree nursery. They had lots of fun exploring the reading area and developing their imagination on a treasure hunt whilst dressing up as pirates.
Worker Bee’s taking part in yoga bears today
Honey bees taking part in identifying colours and matching them with healthy food
In Busy Bees, Zahra’s key group have enjoyed exploring a variety of Spring themed activities.
The children were fascinated as they explored Spring flowers frozen in ice and they worked together to crack and melt the ice to get to the flowers.
They also had lots of fun exploring giant water bead play which contained beautiful Spring flowers, the children talked about the different colours they could see and how the water beads were squishy!!
The children had good concentration as they explored water play containing flowers and petals; they used containers and nets to separate the petals and flowers and talked about their texture and colour.
They also had lots of fun exploring a Spring themed number hunt. The children searched amongst the flowers and shredded paper to find the numbers and were very clever at identifying what they were!
In Baby Bees, Leanne’s key group have been exploring a variety of lovely themed activities.
The children were very excited to explore giant water bead play which contained beautiful Spring flowers, exploring the different type of textures.
They also explored the book ‘Guess how much I love you’ & Leanne recalled the story as they explored a themed tuff tray related to this.
They also enjoyed exploring an Easter themed sensory play whilst exploring the books ‘That’s not my bunny’ & That’s not my chick’.