Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Our Five Senses...

Our Stories... 

We have been drawing in our Journals making up stories to go with our pictures. Learning to be authors and illustrators of our own books.

We are investigating ourselves and what we can do!! 
We are using our 5 Senses, Seeing, Smelling, Tasting and Touching.

We have been cooking and tasting.
We have made sandwiches, sausage rolls, pizzas and next week we will make pancakes. We went to the canteen and tried some chicken nuggets and some cookies.

We have been looking at things in different ways, through magnifying glasses and binoculars, through different coloured celophane and by just using our eyes have seen so many interesting things.


Monkeys Field Trip to Suphattra Land

This half term Nursery is studying the ‘Five Senses’. 

To enhance the children’s learning we will be taking them on a field trip to Suphattra Land near Rayong on Friday November 25. At this fruit plantation the children will be encouraged to look, taste, touch and smell the fruit and flowers and listen to information about how fruit is grown on the plantation.

A risk assessment has been carried out to make sure of the safety of our students and the teacher has done a previsit to the plantation. We will leave school at 8.30 am for the trip so please get your child to school on time.

The children will have a range of fruit at the plantation for snack and lunch will be provided at the restaurant there. Bottles of water will be provided for all the children on the trip.

The children should wear their school uniform including their hats. Please apply sunscreen and insect repellent to you children before they come to school. We will of course take extra and if needed apply it.

If your child has any special food requirements please let us know.

The trip including buses, food, water, entrance fee comes to 400 baht for the day. We will return in the afternoon before school has finished.

A form with the permission slip has come home and please try to return it by Thursday November 24.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

We have been acting out Goldilocks and the Three Bears so in our Literacy program and it is giving the children a chance to remember and use their english language skills.



Using playdough we have been making the shapes of the numbers 0 to 5 on our number mats.


Remembrance Day

On November 11 the we all painted red poppies and stuck them together in a poppy garden to remember the people who have kept us safe.
The children listened to the last post and held their poppies while they watch people in other parts of the world doing the same thing.

Touching Walk ....

We went on a walk around the school and touched a range of different surfaces to see if they were smooth or rough, hard or soft, hot or cold, wet or dry.


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