Senses

There are a variety of different ways to stimulate your child’s senses, which consist of seeing, smelling, hearing, touching and tasting.

We often try new foods. Something that not every child welcomes. When they see their friends having a taste, the reluctant always have a try.

The experience of eating outdoors can distract from new tastes and textures.

Tickley bunny ears.

The children enjoyed having their feet painted then washed. This was done to create the Easter Bunnies ears.

Whitepost Farm visited creating some ‘squeaky, eaky’ sounds from both animals, staff and children.

The Easter bunny felt soft and fluffy.

Bearded Dragon’s are surprisingly soft.

The snake enjoyed having it’s tummy tickled. 

Filling a bottle with rice.

There are many cheap and cheerful ways to support the development of your child’s fine motor skills. Filling an empty bottle with water or rice is a great early choice. Picking up small objects and sprinkling is a perfect way to develop those skills too.

Tiny pinches of glitter were needed to decorate an egg.

We hope that you are as pleased with your Easter gifts as your children were.

Mrs Lane and I wish you a very happy, safe Easter break.We look forward to seeing you on the 16th of April.

Mrs Gibson