We’ve been making calendars for the new year and decorating them with buttons, fabric, and lots of shiny bits and bobs! We also made a wall hanging using mixed media too! Connect with us to get […]
We read our Elf on the Shelf book at the beginning of December and since then our elf Elfed has been up to all sorts of mischief! He’s been found in the most curious places around nursery.. Elfed’s even been out and about with one of our teachers, he went to a Swans game and he helped […]
To raise money for Children in Need we have had a pajama day today at the nursery! Kath has been painting faces and the children have been painting, colouring, cutting and sticking their own Pudsies. Thank you for all the donations so far, we’re all very cosy in our pajamas if only we could wear […]
We are celebrating Diwali at The Children’s Room. Chiatra came in to do mehndi tatoos for the children and we have all enjoyed dressing in traditional Indian clothing. We made tea light holders with clay and the children had fun painting them. With stories, music and lit candles to represent oil lamps, we really have […]
For Bonfire Night we’ve made edible sparklers! To make these all you need is bread sticks, icing and sprinkles. You could also use melted chocolate instead of icing. We hope you all have a wonderful and safe Bonfire Night! Connect with us to get all the latest updates from The Children’s Room! […]
We couldn’t let the leftovers of all those pumpkins we carved for Halloween go to waste, along with the sensorial activities mentioned here we also made pumpkin soup. Everyone had a turn at ladling their portion out to take home with them in front of our Pumpkin Soup mural! Connect with us to get all […]
Before we carved our pumpkins we scooped them out and we used the left overs as a sensorial activity! The children loved the different textures. Here are some of our finished carved pumpkins we were also so pleased to receive a pumpkin carved with our logo, we think it looks wonderful! Connect with us to get […]
Our nursery children have been painting these wonderful spiders complete with glitter and googly eyes. We love these as a non-spooky Halloween activity that incorporates fine motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination and creativity. Connect with us to get all the latest updates from The Children’s Room!
According to an article entitled ‘An investigation of schemes and schema in emergent mathematics’ the latest issue of Montessori International, children become discouraged when they are presented with challenges that they are ill prepared for. At The Children’s Room we recognise the importance of encouraging a child’s engagement in structured activities. As their skills advance, […]
These Frankenstein’s monster prints are so fun and easy to make, all you need is green & black paint, a marker pen and some googly eyes! Connect with us to get all the latest updates from The Children’s Room!