Pictured are the Little Einsteins from Dundee who will be starting primary school this month. Their Graduation Day was held on 22nd July. They received the Certificates and looked back at some of the highlights of their years at the nursery.
August 2014 - Little Einsteins Nurseries
Its been a busy summer at Little Einsteins in Kirkcaldy.
The nursery visited the Ecology Centre in Kinghorn where they explored the willow hut and willow tunnel. They had a look to see what was growing in the recycled bottle greenhouse and looked at how they had recycled materials to make mosaics and wind spinners.
T In The Park – in our case ‘T’ stood for Teddy as we held our teddy bears picnic on the same weekend as the famous music festival.
Visit to the local Vet – As part of our eco-schools programme and working with the community, the nursery collected old newspapers and took them to the local Vets to use as bedding for the sick animals in the vet hospital. We collected 31 newspapers!
Mosaics – the children have been making mosaic artwork for our garden.
Fire engine – Twinkles 3 and Sparklers have been learning about people who help us. The children were delighted with a visit from the local fire fighters.
With the Commonwealth Games going on all around the city, Little Einsteins Hillside Nursery got into the spirit on a visit to the local park.
It was a special day at Little Einsteins Nursery in Arbroath on the 1st of August when they held a teddy bears picnic funded by a very kind donation by Mr Kenny Tosh, in memory of his wife Janette. Janette was the Nursery’s cook for more than 10 years but very sadly passed away a few months ago. Every child received a small teddy as a memento of the day.
The best decorated bear was judged by Sydney’s mum who picked Emily’s bear as the winner.
Little Einsteins would like to thank Mr Tosh for remembering the nursery which we know was very dear to his wife’s heart.
After the excitement of seeing the baton relay reach Kirkcaldy the other week and then watching the actual Games on television, the nursery held their own version of the Commonwealth Games.