We have been carrying out a hand washing experiment . We found out that in order to make sure our hands have been washed properly we need to wash them for 20 seconds or sing the Happy Birthday Song to ourselves.
Sequencing pictures to show how we wash our hands
Head, shoulders, knees and toes. Naming parts of our body.
Promoting oral health in early years is essential to protect young teeth and establishing good habits. Many thanks goes to Kimberley, a dental nurse, who paid us a visit to explain the importance of looking after our teeth and how we can build healthy habits. We thoroughly enjoyed her presentation and look forward to seeing her again
The Colour Monster
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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