Another Week In Nursery!

It’s been a while since I posted about my dear class.

Honestly, they are a wonderful bunch!

Trouble-free? I didn’t say that, but if that were the case, it would be boring!

Take today, for instance. We usually put a little activity out for the kids to ‘fiddle’ with, when they arrive. This morning I had stickle bricks out (remember them?) and when the children have created things, we always ask them to tell us what they made. Usually, they are just towers of blocks, and the child will tell you it’s a car/house/rocket/mummy. But their imagination and creativity is growing, and we are getting recognisable objects… sometimes…

Check out this wonderful piece…


It’s a Dog-Rocket, of course! What did you think it was?

And in other news, we have had a winter fuelled week, making ‘icicles’ and ‘snowmen’, and talking about the weather.

It’s a crying shame that these children are not old enough to have actually seen snow here in the UK, being only 3-4 years old. So I did a bit of research on good old Pinterest, and found out how to make realistic play snow, that was even cold to the touch, and mouldable too!

Bicarb of soda (Baking soda for you Americans!) and white hair conditioner. It worked a treat, but you needed a lot of Bicarb. So I found a second recipe using corn flour and shaving foam too.

The bicarb one really was cold, but there wasn’t a huge amount.


Still, the kids loved it! Though the cleaner probably cursed me, as there was powdery white stuff everywhere!!!!

And this inspired me to create a new display too!


Those are our ‘icicles’ hanging from the top, and I even wrote a poem!

Frost and icicles and snow!
Winter weather’s here you know!

A great big snowman we will build
Until our hands feel cold and chilled

Then we’ll come and warm our hands
We love winter with our friends!

Whether they appreciate it or not, I think it looks pretty! And the children always love to look for photos of themselves!


I was especially impressed with my Olaf! Who doesn’t love him? The best thing was when I originally put Olaf on the wall. There was nothing else to look at, but him. It intrigued the children, who were eager to see what all this was about. But the best scene was when I came inside from the playground to find four little girls like this…


They were ‘watching’Olaf like a film!!!!

Oh to be a child again, eh!

More from Nursery-Land another time!



53 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. some bloke
    Jan 08, 2017 @ 19:08:58


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  2. brokenangel7
    Jan 08, 2017 @ 00:03:38

    Love your snow, I will try that out in my nursery…….I’m in Scotland so my kids have experienced the real thing but not for almost a year!

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  3. Erika Kind
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 20:45:05

    Haha… true! Who can escape Olaf’s charm???

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  4. joey
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 19:02:46

    Great display πŸ™‚ I’m sure the kids loved the faux snows, too πŸ™‚
    Here, we call them Bristle Blocks. I remember them fondly! They’re hard to find here, or they were when mine were that age.

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  5. Osyth
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 16:41:47

    Enchanting …. I love your tales from the nursery ❀️

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  6. Judy E Martin
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 15:00:19

    What a creative person you are, Sis. I am not surprised that the kids loved it so much πŸ™‚

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  7. Jennie
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 14:39:50

    Love this post, Ritu! The children watching Olaf is so cute. Corn starch and shaving cream for snow- what are the proportions? Also, PLEASE tell me how you made the icicles on the bulletin board! Happy weekend.

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  8. robbiesinspiration
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 09:53:37

    Lucky you, Ritu. I get to train post-grad which is not nearly as much fun or as rewarding.

    Liked by 1 person


  9. thatssojacob
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 08:58:57

    Hey Ritu! thanks for liking my recent post…any thoughts? comments?

    Liked by 1 person


  10. susieshy45
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 04:01:14

    You are very creative with making the snow for the kids. Why do you not have snow this year – is it because of global warming ?
    Who is Olaf ?

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  11. amommasview
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 00:57:38

    What a cool idea re fake snow!!! Definitely something to try to do with kids who haven’t seen snow here. I will keep this in mind!

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  12. sonofabeach96
    Jan 07, 2017 @ 00:33:01

    Dog Rocket wouldn’t have been my first guess. πŸ˜ƒ

    Liked by 1 person


  13. Sue Vincent
    Jan 06, 2017 @ 23:53:39

    You need snow in that school playground πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person


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