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Spring Gallery 2021

A selection of the children's wonderful art work - enjoy browsing

  • Popcorn Making

    The children enjoyed making popcorn … estimating how long it would take for the corn to pop and counting the kernels that didn't pop.

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    Popcorn Making
    The children enjoyed making popcorn … estimating how long it would take for the corn to pop and counting the kernels that didn't pop.
  • Snack choice

    This week the children have talked about their favourite snack. They then wrote the item on a piece of paper. Copying from the picture cards and sounding out some of the letter.

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    Snack choice
    This week the children have talked about their favourite snack. They then wrote the item on a piece of paper. Copying from the picture cards and sounding out some of the letter.
  • Food colouring and snow

    The children explored what would happen if we added food colouring to the snow. "It's like painting", "It melts the snow". Some of the language the children used.

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    Food colouring and snow
    The children explored what would happen if we added food colouring to the snow. "It's like painting", "It melts the snow". Some of the language the children used.
  • What's in the Ice?

    The children in the Nurture Nest have had great fun exploring ice. They have been melting ice, freezing water and chipping away at the ice to find the hidden dinosaurs!

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    What's in the Ice?
    The children in the Nurture Nest have had great fun exploring ice. They have been melting ice, freezing water and chipping away at the ice to find the hidden dinosaurs!
  • Hugo's Dragon

    Hugo spent over 30 minutes building a dragon using wooden blocks. He found some paper which reminded him of the flames and spent time cutting zig zag shapes. Hugo drew eyes and attached the paper to the dragon using tape. He talked about this model. "Did you know some dragons can actually fly and some have tails and some just don't."

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    Hugo's Dragon
    Hugo spent over 30 minutes building a dragon using wooden blocks. He found some paper which reminded him of the flames and spent time cutting zig zag shapes. Hugo drew eyes and attached the paper to the dragon using tape. He talked about this model. "Did you know some dragons can actually fly and some have tails and some just don't."