Here is where you will find our daily Towerbank Nursery challenges. Have a go if you fancy it and let us know how you get on! You can email the Admin account: Admin@towerbank.edin.sch.uk or Tweet us @TowerbankPS
Tuesday 31st March 2020
Can you spot some signs of spring from your window, in your garden or on your daily walk? Miss Knox can see blossom trees showing their colours from her window. What can you see?
Monday 30th March 2020
Create a spaceship from things around your house, you could use junk modelling to create a model of your spaceship. Or perhaps you could draw/paint/collage a picture of earth from the moon.
Friday 26th March 2020
Create a transient art picture of a starry sky. Find a dark surface. Frame it with sticks, straws, pencils or anything you like! Use objects around the house to create your picture. For example you could use rice, stones, Lego pieces, lentils, beads. Be creative!Take a picture of your artwork.
A link for parents that explains transient art can be found: https://www.tts-group.co.uk/blog/2017/08/09/transient-art-stimulating-learning-rachel.html
Thursday 25th March 2020
Practice the Space and Planets song that you learned in nursery last week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TT7oJdScvWg Can you sing and share the song with someone else in your family?
Wednesday 24th March 2020
Mrs Graham was so inspired by everyone’s rainbows from Monday’s challenges that she got creative…and created her own! Have a look carefully at Mrs Graham’s rainbow and play I-Spy with some of your family members. Let us know how you get on!
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Have a go at creating your own reading den. What could you use around your home to create a cosy reading corner? Snuggle up in your den and read your favourite book with an adult.
Monday 23rd March 2020
Have a go at creating your own rainbow! Lots of children around the UK are creating rainbow pictures and putting them up in their windows to spread hope and happiness to others. There are lots of different ways and materials you could use to create your rainbow – pencils, paint, collage or more. Have a look at what others have been doing: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51988671