Busy Bees in Daybrook

Arctic Exploration

Date - 08/01/2018

The babies have been exploring the ice activity with interest today. They used their senses to feel, smell, taste and taste the ice. 

The staff supported the babies with exploring the ice. They provided a secure base and strong bond for the babies to go to for support and encouragement. At Busy Bees we have a high priority of the key person role. We ensure that all children have strong bonds which provides the babies with a sense of security whilst there at nursery. 

Sensory play is an important part of the babies early development. They support the babies with beginning to make marks and the effects of mark making, as well as beginning to develop their fine motor skills and sensory development. We provide a wide range of activities at Busy Bees that support your child's individual needs and stage of development. 

Why not come and have a visit and see the activities that we can provide for your child whilst their at Busy Bees?