At Stay to Play this week, we started the topic of FLOWERS. This topic will continue next week too.
There were a number of different activities available to the children that were all flower and garden related.
The children all had an opportunity to make a wriggly worm from a pipe cleaner and coloured beads. The children were encouraged to make a pattern with their beads.
There was a craft table where the children could cut and stick their own flowers and stems, while spelling their name and stick them on to their flower pot.
Another area had a game of knots and crosses- instead of the X and O, we used roses and sunflowers. The children really enjoyed this game.
Finally there was a play dough area where the children were able to make flowers, plants or vegetables from the coloured dough.
Once again, it was another successful day, and we look forward to seeing everyone again next week to continue with our FLOWER AND GARDEN theme.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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