NEWSLETTER. AMIGOSS WEEKLY PROGRAM JUNE 03 to 07. 2019

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The wheels on the bus Imaginative play provides an opportunity to children to practice and develop their language and social skills by being with and talking to other children. It increases the development of problem solving and self-regulation skills. With toddlers we were sharing and discussing how we get to Amigoss from home. Using pretending

NEWSLETTER. AMIGOSS WEEKLY PROGRAM JANUARY 25 TO 31 – 2019

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ALPHABET MATCHING GAME This week the children have been talking about the letters that some of our Australian animals begin with. We got out our alphabet matching game to see if we could find some of the letters. The children studied the pieces and were able to find the block that matched the card, while

Celebrating Naidoc Week amongst other activities at Amigos

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On Monday the preschoolers practised their shape recognition and they  discussed the features of each shape. The children then practised their listening skills by cutting out specific shapes. These were then glued on to another sheet of paper. We also sang some songs about shapes! On Tuesday the children learned about the Dream Time and

Getting Ready for Naidoc Week

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Naidoc Week is here, and our children spent the last week getting ready for it!  NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Following our aboriginal culture show on Monday, the preschoolers learned a song about boomerang. The children were

Australian Indigenous Show at Amigoss Preschool

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On Monday we learnt so many things at Amigoss! We participated in a wonderful show, and we had the chance of sharing Indegenous culture through the magic of music, art, storytelling and dance. With bush sounds, instruments, music, movements, singing and dancing the children participated in the richness of Australia. We learnt all about the traditional owners