On Thursday, we talked about the importance of the water, we asked children if they could remember the experiences that we organised last week about condensation and water circle, and listened to their voices explaining why the water is important. Then, we went outside, and we explored the basics of water pollution and water filtration.
On Wednesday, the preschoolers took part in a water sanitation experiment. They worked together to make some clean water dirty, by adding sand, soil, paper, plastic, metal (pieces of glitter) and oil. They talked about the effects of dirty water and rubbish that doesn't get put in bins, and then they tried to clean the
On Tuesday, the 8th of November our preschoolers will enjoy this workshop about science and experiments! Station-based science activities that work! Early learner science incursion visits for children aged 3 to 5 years. The preschoolers will have a blast as they investigate energy and use their senses to discover how the science activities and toys operate. Science
This week is ocean week and the children will be learning about the ocean, how we can look after it, and we will be learning about a different ocean creature each day. Today we learned about the octopus. We learned that an octopus has eight legs, two eyes, they are good at hiding and they
Amigoss Preschool offers a range of experiences for children designed to understand sustainability. Do you know our goals for 2016? Aiming to reduce waste. Purchasing eco-friendly or ‘green’ products. Making efficient use of existing resources. Reducing energy or water consumption by 10 per cent. Reducing food waste. Learning more about gardening with our children Sustainability
This week the preschoolers have been looking at bugs, which was made even more exciting by the Feature Creature Show on Monday! We have been reading many stories about insects, lizards and snakes, doing threading activities with caterpillar outlines, drawing bugs, looking at plastic insects through magnifying glasses, making patterns with pictures of
Our children enjoyed to experiment with "Slime". It was a lot of fun and the children loved to pour it in different containers, try to make shapes with it and see how it became a liquid in their hands again. In the CSIRO website you can find a lot about experiences like this: How to