Arbroath Archives - Little Einsteins Nurseries
The latest news from Little Einsteins Arbroath submitted by Chloe Hudson who is currently Acting Manager. Please also feel free to download the latest Newsletter from the link below. We are now on Facebook too! Please follow us and “like” our page.
We have all taken an interest in winter and Christmas over the past week. The children are hoping for snow which generated conversation about snowmen and lead to the staff and children creating some big friendly snowmen for our wall.
The chat continued with talk about outdoor clothes in the winter, hats, scarves, gloves and cosy coats.
The children then explored lots of sensory activities linked to Autumn and Winter. Such as oats, glitter, cotton wool, leaves, sticks and acorns.
Birthdays are always a great reason to celebrate at Little Einsteins nursery in Arbroath. Here are some photos of the latest birthday at our nursery.
We had a ball pool, hula hoops, balloons, stories, and loads more!
We also made yummy cupcakes for our birthday girl and in the afternoon we got to eat a delicious cake!
Here are some photographs of the Christmas Party at Little Einsteins in Arbroath. Nerea Fernandez, the Manager at the Nursery said:-
“We enjoyed such a nice Christmas meal followed by Santa’s visit! We followed his footprints and eventually found him – he was hiding in one of the rooms! We told him that we were very good children during the year and he handed out presents for us…what a lovely surprise!! After saying bye to Santa, we played some games and we ended with a Christmas Buffet. Such a wonderful day!”
There have been some very interesting trips during the summer for the Little Einsteins at Arbroath. On the 12th of August the Inventors went to visit Dundee Science Centre.
Said Sara “Our trip was great! The staff there was lovely, they prepared so many fun activities for us to experience – Dig, dig digging looking for skeleton bones, pretending to be a police officer, learning about the human body… in other words, we had no time to get bored! We really enjoyed our trip and we will surely be back!” Have a look at our lovely photos.
We took our puppy Jake for a walk at the park one day.
You can also download the latest Newsletter from Sara Gaton, Manager below
Little Einsteins in Arbroath held a Graduation Party for the children who are leaving the nursery to start primary school. It was a very emotional day for parents and the nursery staff. The children had learned a graduation song to perform for their families who had come along to watch. The children received Certificates and Sara Gaton, Manager, had some special words to send them on their way.
Sara said ” We are so glad to see you take the next step in your lives!! Well done all of you!! You are stars!!!”
There were some tears to be seen, but lot of smiles too.
Congratulations from everyone at Little Einsteins!
At Little Einsteins Nurseries we try to help the children understand and respect nature, the environment and the interdependence of humans, animals, plants, and lifecycles. The best way to do this is learning through play.
At our Arbroath nursery we had a visit from the local Pets at Home store recently and we were just delighted!!!
We had lots of fun and everyone wanted to play with all the animals. We enjoyed it so much that we weren’t scared at all and dads and mums, don’t be surprised if you see a mouse on my head! I was just having fun while I was learning the importance of being responsible with animals.
What better way to learn than “socializing” with them?
Sara Gaton, Manager at Little Einsteins Arbroath Nursery has taken some pictures of the children’s recent activities. Here’s what Sara had to say:-
“Here at Little Einstein’s Arbroath we are having lots of fun, developing our creativity by using assorted materials whose use is unexpected but original! Did you know that we can use car’s wheels for painting? Or sliced fruit? Or we can start counting in a fun way with sponge numbers? Our children enjoyed themselves while using these new materials…and they want to show you what they have done! The next project will be with dinosaurs as our pre-schoolers are absolutely engaged with this topic because remember…an involved education makes sense to children’s understanding!”