Here are some cucumbers from our garden!
We washed and cut and now it's ready to eat...
Exploring outdoor is so fun!
We found this creepy crawly in our garden...The boy said this is the very hungry caterpillar!
Look what we see in our garden... The cucumber plants producing lot of flowers and fruits!
Taking care of our garden!
Hooray and the flowers are growing!
We love to see our garden grow!
Below are some of the videos that we have been watching for our unit study 'Families and feelings...
Welcome to the second half of term 2!
EY has moved on to the next topic 'The families and feelings'.
Happy birthday to another friend in EY!
Below are some of our favourite Nursery rhymes...
We love to sing the shapes song!
Some of our favourite ways to play with the play dough...
We are enjoying making play dough stick structures, shapes, different animal tracks, prints and we rolled textured rolling pins in the play dough. It is so much fun...
Bowling game for our PE lesson...
We learn how to wait and take turns too!
Circle jumping game!
Maths and Manipulative...
We learn how to use and cut with the scissors...
Look at our structures...
One boy said, this is the ten green bottle sitting on wall!
And this is Humpty Dumpty they said...
More birthday celebrations in EY...
Exploring outdoors was so fun...
Dear Parents and Care-givers,
Happy New Year!
I am very glad to welcome 6 new children into EY this term, Charme, Num, Lukas, Jivin, Oscar and Seiya. They are settling in very well and making new friends. They are all so lovely and adorable!
The topic for the Term 2 Part 1 is ‘Storytelling’. It is a five week topic and we will be reading traditional fairy tales like The Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood to name but a few. If you have any stories at home like this please encourage your child to bring them in to school to share with their friends. Story telling can make an important contribution to the development of emotional literacy, social and emotional aspects of learning. It is also a unique way for children to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures. We will be celebrating Chinese New year on Friday, January 24 at 10:40.
To give all children the best opportunities for PSED in Early years, we will support the children to develop a positive sense of themselves and others, to make them confident, to establish good relationships with other children and adults. We plan learning activities for the children to develop their independence and 21st Century skills.
To develop their physical skills we provide a range of mark making tools such as chalks, paint and stampers. The children will develop their fine motor skills through threading activities, play dough, using scissors and joining construction materials together.
For gross motor development, we will continue our outdoor adventures, walking in the school garden and playgrounds. We will develop football skills, throwing, kicking, catching, dancing and yoga, using wheeled toys, swings and climbing.
Here is a play dough recipe if you would like to make it at home with your child. Play dough offers many creative possibilities and can be lots of fun for children and adults alike! You can sit down and show different ways to roll, squash and mould the play dough. It is a good way to also develop their language by talking about what they are making, how it feels and about the different shapes and colours it can be.
· 2 cups plain flour (all purpose)
· 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
· 1/2 cup salt
· 2 tablespoons cream of tartar
· Up to 1.5 cups boiling water (adding in increments until it feels just right)
· food colouring (optional)
· Few drops glycerine (optional- adds more shine!
- Mix the flour, salt, cream of tartar and oil in a large mixing bowl
- Add food colouring to the boiling water then into the dry ingredients (colour optional)
- Stir continuously until it becomes a sticky, combined dough
- Add the glycerine (optional) - this makes it shiny
- Allow it to cool down then take it out of the bowl and knead it vigorously for a couple of minutes until all of the stickiness has gone. * This is the most important part of the process, so keep at it until it’s the perfect consistency!*
- (If it remains a little sticky then add a touch more flour until just right.
We look forward to having lots of fun learning with your child this term.
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Ms Aren, Khun Fon and Khun Angun,