Morning tea- fruits salad with yoghurt

Morning group –
We started with our morning routine:
• Good morning song
• Days of the week
• Counting and number recognition
• Colour recognition/ rainbow song
• Going over our classroom rules

This morning we listened so well to Miss Thea as we went over our classroom rules. Such as sitting with our legs crossed hands in our laps, listening ears and packing away. We will slowly introduce more classroom rules to encourage independence. The children are now able to pack away and stack their chairs independently after meals!
We then read the stories ‘I love my dad’ and ‘Monkey and me’. Such excellent listening ears!

Before lunch, we did some dancing with Miss Thea. We danced to our favourite songs such as, Sleeping bunnies, Let it go, Shake your sillies out and some Giggle and Hoot. We then sat down to listen to our rainbow song, encouraging colour recognition.
Miss Thea then explained to the children how we are all going to try and make our own beds today!

Lunch – poke bowls with vegetables

Inside, the children are given variety of opportunities to develop their fine motor, social, role play, construction, coordination and cognitive skills through activities.
Today we focused on the children and getting to know everyone, making sure to build bonds and to make everyone feel welcomed:
– Home corner, the children can play with toy food, babies, cots, phones, vacuum, microwave, kettle, café area, doll house, dress up and even have a tea party! – (dramatic play, memory, social, fine motor, imaginative, pretend play)
– Sensory play, today we added sand to our indoor sensory tray. Adding some water, shovels, bowls, cups and animals (sensory, social, fine motor, sharing)
– Animals – (Social, sharing, imagination
– Legos (creativity, coordination, fine motor)
– Pink playdough supervised by Miss Rowena! The children were able to make some pink playdough on Wednesday, each week we will make another colour of the rainbow encouraging colour recognition. (creativity, cognitive, hand-eye coordination, fine motor, concentration, colour recognition)
– Space construction – (creative, fine motor, social, hand eye co- ordination)
– Coloured pegs and peg boards – (creative, fine motor, social, hand eye co- ordination, colour recognition, counting)
– Train tracks – (creative, fine motor, social, hand eye co-ordination)
– Colouring in – (fine motor, pencil grip, social, colour recognition)

Information for parents:

Just a reminder to please write all your child’s name on all their belongings to avoid losing or confusing items. Just a reminder that all children need bed sheets, even if they don’t sleep. This it to encourage bed making and ownership. Thank you


Thanks for a great day!

Thea and Rowena,