We’ve been to Peru, Read stories too, Alpacas and llamas, Not in our pyjamas! Growing a big family tree Come here and you can see! THE GERMS IN OUR HANDS. BREAD EXPERIENCE Washing your hands is one of the most important ways of reducing the risk of transmitting disease, and it’s also the easiest.
Recycling Bins: On Monday, we were talking about recycling and how we can help the environment. As the project of next month is Sustainable practices, we started showing them how we can recycle, using different types of bins. To make our own bins in our room, we painted them to ensure we classified the rubbish properly.
Graduation for children going to school next year: the date will be on the 19th of December, and we will start at 2.30. We organise it very informal, since some children got very nervous in the past, so we do not have gowns or hats.The parents can take the photos on that day, we do not hire a photographer.
DECEMBER - THE FESTIVE SEASON IS HERE! Babies and toddlers bringing white T-shirts: Let's get our t-shirts dyed : the educators have a colourful idea for the children. Thank you for your collaboration. They can be second hand, but the idea is that they are white or a very soft colour. Collaboration with Jordan
MONDAY: Babies and toddlers were helping Miss Yamile to start the Christmas decorations. Children were painting their peers' feet to then, print them to create our first decorations that are displayed on the Toddlers Room. Reflection: Children were working on them turn-taking skills and social-emotional skills. Toddlers are very engaged with trains at the moment. During the
AMIGOSS EDUCATIVE PROGRAM AND GALLERY FROM THE 25TH OF OCTOBER TO THE 1ST OF NOVEMBER 2018 The babies made Halloween Face Masks. On Monday the 29th, children were experimenting with oobleck and playdough and we added some toy spiders to celebrate Halloween! Children were having a sensory exploration with the oobleck, they were learning that
Dear Families, As part of the preschool and school readiness program, I am encouraging children to make a sandwich (ham, cheese, vegemite, jam, tuna) to put in a lunch box for afternoon tea. The children will make their own sandwich during the morning session and store it in their lunch box until afternoon tea time.
AMIGOSS NEWS , NOVEMBER 2018 -Week of the 5th of November 2018: emergency drills at different times of the day to rehearse safety. - 6th of November Show at 3.30 pm about sustainability and the environment - Lunchbox project during the last two weeks of November for children attending to school next year. - Week
Your Christmas shopping plans are sorted! As part of David Jones' $200 million Elizabeth Street store redevelopment, The Walt Disney Company have announced a new children’s world featuring Disney, Star Wars and Marvel will open in late November. The top floor of the Sydney department store will be transformed into a magical, one-of-a-kind destination and offer five distinct neighbourhoods designed to
The StEPS program is an initiative of NSW Health and offers all 4 years old children free vision screening. NSW Health advises all children to have their vision screened before they start school and strongly recommends that all four-year-old children participate in the vision screening program. All documentation required is in your child's locker with