This month our theme in SESE is People who help us in our Community - doctor, lollipop person, firefighter, gardaa, teacher etc.. In maths we are learning all about measures and sizes - big and small, tall and short, wide and narrow and the concept of "more".
Our play areas are as follows:
Role Play - Doctor's Surgery
Small World - The 3 bears/ School
Sand - Building site
Creative - playdough/ painting
Construction - Mobilo
Here are some pictures from Friday. The group in the construction area built a train with seats for the passengers, a tunnel, a train station and train tracks. There were volcanos, chocolate pizzas and cement mixers in the creative area. The children in the sand built a wide road to Africa and a narrow road to Limerick. Goldilocks put baby bear in the oven but daddy bear rescued him with the key in the small world area. I was too busy being treated by the excellent receptionist and medical team in the Surgery to take any photographs but I will try to get some next week!
My name is Carmel O'Mahoney. I have been teaching in St Cronan's for 12 years. I love running, singing and teaching!