Hi Everyone, Sushi is one of the most popular dishes eaten in Japan and in fact all around the world. In the link below, you can find out more information about the different types of sushi you may find and some recipes for you to follow so that you can make your own sushi! https://web-japan.org/kidsweb/cook/sushi/sushi01.html
Some children have said that they have enjoyed making Origami creations over the school closure period so here are some more to try with your grown-ups. Enjoy !
I hope you have enjoyed learning a little bit about Japan, its culture and language too. Have a lovely summer holiday, Take care, Mrs Maddock
Fireflies, we are nearly at the end of your journey through Nursery. Although we have not been together for quite a while, we have some lovely memories of our time in Nursery. Can you all close your eyes and think back to when you were in Nursery- what can you remember? What is your favourite memory- there are so many to choose from! Here are ours:
Miss Kinsella: One of my favourite memories is the ‘Singing Show’. I was so proud of you all performing our songs to your grown-ups. ‘Hurry, Hurry, Drive the Firetruck‘ was my favourite.
Mrs Adams: One of my favourite memories is when I introduced you all to my pet guinea pigs . You were all so gentle with them.
Mrs Wyld: One of my favourite memories is looking at all your wonderful crafts, particularly the fire breathing dragon paintings and the fire engines.
Miss Davis: One of my favourite memories is playing ‘What’s the Time Mr Wolf?’ We had lots of fun running away from ‘the wolf’!
Talk to your grown-up about your favourite memories in Nursery. Maybe you could draw a picture and keep it somewhere really safe. Look back over the blog or through your learning journey on Tapestry.