This Weeks Suggested Timetable
Dydd Santes Dwynwen.
Welsh Love Spoon.
Wales has so many lovely traditions, legends and stories and one of the cutest is the Love Spoon Tradition. The story goes back for centuries when rural peasants used wooden spoons to eat and prepare food. They had to carve lots of simple spoons for this and the most beautiful spoons were kept to give as gifts. Today Lovespoons are given for many special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, births, engagements, christenings, house warming or just a nice souvenir from Wales.
Why not design and make your own Welsh love spoon. We have added some ideas below, you can use any materials you like. GET CREATIVE!
Mrs Blackmore Craft
Please ensure your child has completed the placement test.
If you need need any help please contact me.
(Morning Nursery Only)
What on Earth is that?
Join Mrs Gosney on a journey: what is this odd looking creature that the boy and his friend have found? Do you know what it is?
Click the picture to listen to the story and find out what this weeks challenge is. Mrs Gosney has her own special guest. I wonder if you know what creature she is describing.
Mrs Parry has been in our wild area on a winter challenge.
Watch her video below.
Feel free to use the winter challenge cards below or come up with your own. We can't wait to see how many challenges you complete.
Buds Number Garden.
Here are four songs from the Bud's Number Garden game, you can listen to.
After listening, why not put your number skills into practice by playing the game below?
(Click the picture for songs)
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden
Coronavirus and Me – Nation-wide survey for children and young people in Wales – January 2021
This is an important chance for children to express how they are feeling.
Some children will benefit from trusted adults supporting them to talk about their feelings after they’ve completed the survey or picture.
To Take part in the survey please follow the link: https://www.childcomwales.org.uk/coronavirusandme/
For advice about how families can support their children, and info about organisations that can help go to: https://www.childcomwales.org.uk/coronavirus/