Bolton School Nursery

World Wildlife Day Celebrations

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Children from the Caterpillar Class at Bolton School Nursery took part in a listening walk as part of World Wildlife Day celebrations. Girls and boys listened to the birds and tried to find a range of animals such as worms, cats, dogs, birds and bugs in the Nursery Garden. The youngsters also enjoyed making their own wildlife animal noises such as lion roaring, dog woofing, cat meowing, bird tweeting, elephant stomping and snake hissing. 

The group also visited the special nature area and created sounds of their own using sticks and twigs, banging on the tree, floor and benches and tweeting like birds.  

Children from the Butterflies Class made nests and bird feeders in class and Tweenies and First Steps children made a trip over to the nature area in the Junior Boys’ School where they undertook a fun – and somewhat muddy – bug hunt!

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