Crawley Children Take Shape Hunting Skills To Local Train Station

Crawley children take shape hunting skills to local train station

Date: 07 Aug 2017

Children at Bright Horizons Teddies Crawley Nursery recently made a trip to their local train station to use their shape hunting skills.  

The children looked for buses, cars, traffic lights and more as they made a tally of each so they could count what they saw. Upon arrival at the station, they were given the chance to observe the different machines and watch some of the trains go past.  

“We have been doing a lot of shape hunts around the nursery recently so decided to take one of them outside to our local station,” said Sarah Green, nursery manager. “The children had a great time and showed excellent identification skills.”