Little Trinity Nursery Enjoy World Book Day

World Book Day offered the children at Kidderminster’s Little Trinity Nursery the opportunity to celebrate all things books and dress as their favourite book character on Thursday 3rd March.
Nursery Manager, Gaynor Carter, said: “There’s so much to celebrate that we always mark World Book Day with a week of book-themed activities and stories from the children’s most loved books and stories.”

Stories enjoyed and celebrated included 'Supertato Story' whose arch enemy is the evil pea, ‘Oliver's Vegetables’ about a boy who only eats chips until he visits his grandparents and their big, beautiful vegetable garden, and the adorable ‘Vegetable Glue’ a story about Bill the dog who just loves really smelly things but after the arrival of Aunt Bleach will Bill survive to stink another day?
With lots of activities such as the Supertato ‘tuff tray’, vegetable printing and threading and the wonderful vegetable shape sorting game which the children really enjoyed, they also took part in small-world role-play with the ‘Veg ‘people and made scrummy vegetable soup and dressed as their favourite book characters on World Book Day.

Added Gaynor: “We celebrate World Book Day every year because language, literacy and communication is such a vital part of a child’s learning and story time is very often their favourite time of the day.

“Encouraging reading and enjoyment of books are vital weekly activities, with our lending library offering the children a chance to choose a book that they can then take home and share with their families. World Book Day is just a great excuse to simply have fun, dress up, share stories and enjoy a favourite book!”