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The importance of story times - We encourage the children at nursery to value our stories and handle them with care. Sharing stories allows the children lots of opportunities to develop their imagination, listening and communication skills.

 

 

The toddlers have lots of fun during our story time outside in the lovely sunshine. We read the book 'Maisy's rainbow dream' during our focus topic 'Colours' The children sat nicely on the mushrooms and enjoyed telling us their favourite colour.

The toddlers have lots of fun during our story time outside in the lovely sunshine. We read the book 'Maisy's rainbow dream' during our focus topic 'Colours' The children sat nicely on the mushrooms and enjoyed telling us their favourite colour. 1

Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'

Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  1
Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  2
Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  3
Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  4
Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  5
Here of pictures of the baby room having story time, a member of staff read them 'Spots first Easter'  6

In the toddler room we support the children in following our story time rules; good sitting, good listening and lips closed. We encourage the children to use the Makerton signs when reminding ourselves of our story time rules. 

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