Morning tea- Blueberries Quinoa Breakfast Bar
Morning group –
We started with our morning routine:
• Good morning song.
• Days of the week
• Counting and number recognition
• Colour recognition
• Revising our shapes
This morning, we had a special guest during morning group time. It was an Easter bunny!! Everybody was so excited and ran to her to get cuddles and easter chocolates. Children enjoyed eating easter chocolate after saying ‘Thank you’ to an Easter bunny.
Miss Remi and children discussed about ‘Chocolate’. Children told me that we can eat chocolate just one because we will be sick after eating a lot of chocolates. Also, they promised me they will share another chocolate with Mummy, Daddy and brothers/sisters. Then children enjoyed free outdoor plays.
As a transition to morning tea, the children were hopping to the bathroom like a bunny. wanted to mimic Bunny. So, they went to a bathroom by hopping.
Before lunch, Mr Lachie read a book ‘Peach go to a picnic’. Children lietened to him very carefully and enjoyed beautiful lunch.
Lunch – Nourishing Sweet Potato, Lentill and Spinach Sausage Rolls
Inside, the children are given variety of opportunities to develop their fine motor, social, role play, construction, coordination and cognitive skills through activities.
The activities available today were:
– Home corner, the children can play with toy food, babies, cots, phones, vacuum, microwave, kettle, café area, doll house, dress up – (dramatic play, memory, social, fine motor, imaginative, pretend play)
– Book corner (Self soothing, letter/colour recognition, social)
– Lego and wooden construction blocks. It was great to see that the children are still interested in these toys, creating whatever they could think of. It lovely to see small groups of children sitting together while building, they talk to each other and compare their creations. – (creative, social, sharing, fine motor)
– Making some collage with Easter materials, Children enjoyed pasting a lot of materials with glue by their own choices. (fine motor, hand eye co-ordination, concentration, independence)