Last week we spent some time thinking about how we should care for the fish in our classroom. If you happen to be knowledgeable about caring for fish and are willing to share your expertise, please let me know!
We have enjoyed getting to know our buddies over the last few weeks. They have enjoyed reading, drawing and exploring the playground together, we look forward to many more great learning opportunities with these older role models throughout the year!
In an early childhood education setting, loose parts mean alluring, objects and materials that children can move, manipulate, control, and change while they play. They are materials with no specific set of directions that can be used alone or combined with other materials. As a part of our unit of inquiry we are collecting loose parts to create our own toys. Sometimes the interesting items are those you would least expect. Here is a list of items we would love to see. If you or someone you know has any type of factory and discards interesting loose parts, please let us know!
Early Years Parent Workshop
Last blog post
We are looking forward to welcoming parents to our Seesaw Workshop on Wednesday and sharing with you how you will be able to keep track of your children’s learning throughout the year. This more personalised method of communication will allow for you to keep up to date with what is happening in the classroom and will mean that the weekly updates on the blog will no longer take place. We will be using Remind to keep in touch with upcoming events.