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Morning tea- Custard and some fruits

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, Miss Gillian and children had discussed about their long weekend. Everyone seemed like having a great holiday. They went to park and beach to have BBQ. Some one was watching TV with mum and dad.

As a transition to morning tea, Miss Gillian called children’s name 4×4. Then they moved to bathroom by holding hands

Before lunch, Miss Kaycee read a book called ‘ The gruffalo’ to tell them about a friendship. The children listened to her story quietly.

Lunch –healthy vegetable pie.
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)

– Painting and writing Activity, The children picked their own colour and enjoyed painting and writing. (creative, social, sharing, fine motor)

– Blue and Pink sand in our sensory tray. The children were able to explore this with cups, scoops and bowls. The children seem to calm down when exploring the rice. (sensory, social, communication, fine motor, colour recognition)

– 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)


Gymnastics: Saxon,Millie B, Chen Yi, Aiden, Xavier, Jai, Oliver
There were lots of activities to explore that helped the children to develop their fine motor, gross motor, co-ordination, social skills, communication and imagination.
The activities available were:
– Cubby houses (dramatic play, social, communication)
– Free play outside (decision making, extending upon the child’s own interests)
– Balancing beam and climbing bars (coordination, physical, balancing, fine and gross motor)
– Wooden car and animals puzzles (concentration, social, sharing, communication)
– Balancing big balls (coordination, gross motor, concertation, balance, social, communication)
– Book area, providing a quiet area for the children to relax (letter, colour and shape recognition, relaxing, social, communication)
– Bubbles with Miss Remi. The children laughed so much and loved chasing them around the yard trying to pop them!
– Tree house, encouraging every child to try climbing to the top and back down independently. (gross motor, co-ordination, sharing, communication)