We have continued with an autumn feel in the classroom, but there has been lots of talk about nocturnal animals, so some of our activities have been linked with this, this week…
Along with the books shared in last week’s post, we enjoyed these books…
Oliver’s Wood Small World Play
Such a lovely story!
Owl Babies Story Stones
A few years old now! These are simply made by gluing pictures on with PVA glue and then painting a coat of PVA glue over the top of the pictures to varnish them. They are not waterproof! Lovely for story telling…
Feathers on the OHP
They looked beautiful!
Nocturnal Animals on the Discovery Table
Lots to talk about and some lovely story telling too…
Hand Eye Coordination in the Water Tray
They loved posting the conkers, pine cones and spiders down the tubes and guttering!
Counting, Number Recognition & some Sorting
Numbers, dice, wooden owls and tree buttons…
Counting owls and foxes…
… and other creatures…
… onto pipe cleaners and feathers…
Light Panel Play
Feathers and Owls…
Autumn Coloured Buttons…
I’m afraid I didn’t have all the photos from this play with me when I was writing the post, but there were some lovely patterns created!
Using tweezers to sort them…
Taking a Mirror Outdoors
What would we see? Would we spot any owls in the trees?
Thanks for reading!
Would love you to come & say hello! 🙂
– Rachel (“,)