A super BIG snowy hello to our Nursery superstars ...
We hope you have had a super SNOWmazing weekend. It's been really cold and frost and then we had some SNOW on Sunday just like the Polar places you visited in last week's activities. Snow is such fun! Did you have a snowball fight or manage to build a snowman? Or maybe you even saw a polar bear or penguin around Rhiwbina if you went for a snow walk! Whatever you managed to do we hope you had some SNOWmazing fun!
So with the snow starting to melt where are we going this week? Well we're off to somewhere much hotter and much greener ... so fasten your seatbelts as we head off for a ROARsome week of fun in the jungle! That's right boys and girls this week is JUNGLE WEEK!
Thank you for continuing to encourage and support your child with their home learning. Thank you also for helping them complete their 2Dos and for uploading photos to Purple Mash, this channel of communication is so important for maintaining home school links. We know that it is a juggling act and at times you might feel like you're juggling with fire or that you've dropped the balls!!! But please remember your child's learning and development is so much more than the activities we share with you each week. All those family things that you do together really make a difference. So please don't feel guilty about stepping away from Purple Mash to go for a family walk, or for having a cwtch with your child on the sofa and watching back to back episodes of Paw Patrol, or for even encouraging them to tidy their bedroom! There can be so many positives even in these challenging time.
You continue to do an amazing job and we really appreciate your support. We hope you have a good week. Please be kind to yourselves. You've got this!
Mrs Evans and Mrs Nash
NB: Not to overcomplicate things for little people we have called this week Jungle Week but use that as an umbrella term to encompass the animals that could be found in a jungle or a rainforest. When you are 3 and 4 years old you do not need to be overly concerned by the density of vegetation or height of the tree canopies!