The Tool-o proved very popular with most of the children building excellent diggers, cars, planes and spacecrafts.
Melody, Ava and Eliza were very good at building our wooden train jigsaw and there was plenty other modes of transport within the finished picture for us to discuss - hot air balloons, horses and boats to name a few.
Mrs Friel was talking to the children about different shapes and they were impressing her with their fantastic answers.
Mrs Gallagher had a very tasty snack today with three different cereal to choose from and milk or water to drink.
Then it was time for some of our intrepid explorers to venture into the damp, grey of the outside world. Our high-vis jackets certainly came in useful today making us look very bright and colourful. Our mission was to locate Burnside train station and find out more about it. The boys and girls marched up on the long walk and I don't think there was a puddle on the pavements that was missed!
When we arrived at Burnside we looked at the information board and listened to the announcements over the tannoy to find out when the next train was due. We were very lucky and were able to see two trains, one coming from and one going to Glasgow. The driver from Glasgow sounded his horn and waved at the children - it was very exciting.
On our arrival back at preschool the other children told us that they wanted to dance to "Sticky Kids" and we all had lots of fun dancing and doing the actions. After all that activity I'm sure that all our boys and girls will have gone to bed earlier tonight and be fresh to come and see us tomorrow!