Have you booked your child’s spot for our Kids in the Kitchen Cooking Classes and Maggie Moo Music Classes. Secure your child's spot now by commenting to this post. Places are limited and booking s are being made. We are looking forward to spending a fun filled morning with you all. ... See MoreSee Less
St Patrick day painting - 16.03.18 Today while we were outdoors, we thought we would do a little st Patrick day painting with green capsicum.
The children were a little unsure at first on what was coming there way, they used a range of skills to think about how to handle the capsicum, how they were going to use the capsicum to create their painting. The children were confident to continue there way through the activity and find the best and most comfortable way to proceed in the activity.
I would initiate conversation with the children "can you say capsicum", the children would confidently reply with repeating the word. Some children smelt the capsicum, some ran their hands over the capsicum to feel it. All the children found their own way to get through the activity and full fill it at the best of there ability. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget to mark our Family Fun Day into your calendar of must do’s and be sure to share with your friends. If you are part of a group we would love for you to share on their page for us also. We look forward to sharing a morning full of fun with you and your little learners. Don’r forget to book your place for Kids in the Kitchen and Maggie Moo Music.
Kids & Family Fun Day at Smart Tots ChildcareMarch 24, 2018, 9:00amSmart Tots ChildcareBe sure to not miss out on our FREE Kids in the Kitchen Cooking classes, Maggie Moo Dance Classes, Jumping Castle, Fairy Floss, Kids Activity Bag, and bring some change for the Stalls & Sausage Sizzle in support of Ocean Warriors. Lots of fun with the Kids to be had!... See MoreSee Less
The Worm Man came to Kindy to teach us more about worms and our worm farm. We sat beautifully and listened as the Worm Man showed us some pictures of worms crawling in the dirt and worm eggs. We learned that worms love to eat a variety of foods...fruits (no citrus!), damp paper, egg shells, tea leaves, hair, dust, and need water. The children were very brave in picking up the wriggly worms and the worms crawled around the children's fingers, hands, and arms. We washed our hands and arms after the worm play, and the Worm Man kindly reminded us to help water the worm farm every day when we go outside for a play. The Worm Man said the water from the worm farm is very nutritious for our plants in the playground. The children suggested to read SUPERWORM during group time. Kindy had a fantastic day learning about worms. ... See MoreSee Less