Mad Hatters nursery is fortunate enough to have a wonderful outdoor space filled with two beautiful, white rabbits called Marshmallow and Sweetie, as well as lots of children’s toys, swings and Wendy-houses. Looking after the rabbits and any other insects found in the play area is encouraged. Throughout the year the little ones regularly check […]
Mad Hatters Nursery School is fortunate enough to have a wonderful outdoor space filled with two beautiful, white rabbits called Marshmallow and Sweetie, as well as lots of children’s toys, swings and Wendy-houses. Looking after the rabbits and any other insects found in the play area is encouraged, within reason of course. Throughout the year […]
Mad Hatter s Nursery School (The) in Liphook, Hampshire joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where Mad Hatter s Nursery School (The) is on a map and read about their local environment here.
As it’s the first World Chimpanzee Day this Saturday, Monday’s workshop celebrated and focused on our closest living relatives and why they’re endangered, and in keeping with the African animals theme, we also looked at Pangolins, for they are such interesting creatures, but quite unknown, so much so that they might even go extinct before we’ve had a […]
In keeping with the end of year concert on African Animals, learning about conservation of Lions and Giraffes dovetailed neatly into the weeks plan. On arrival, I was immediately asked to sketch a large Giraffe on cardboard so the tiny tots could stick gold paper to it and create a sparkly collage. It was a really […]
Elephants and Rhinos are some of the world’s most beloved animals but, unfortunately, endangered due to poaching and habitat destruction, so my focus this week was to teach nursery children about ‘Tusks’. The little ones found delight in colouring in animal sketches I’d drawn whilst learning about how and where these special creatures live, as […]
With my own conservation artwork in hand from doodleswithmydaughter.co.uk, one sunny Monday morning in early June, I went into Mad Hatters Nursery to engage with, and create some wonderful pictures with twenty-five, four-year-olds, to teach them how important conservation is through art. The children had lots of fun learning about key ecological subjects, such as plastic […]