Welcome to the third newsletter of 2020! I think I speak for all of us when I say that the cooler weather is certainly welcome. I hope all ladies had a great Women's Day, and here we are getting ready for some fun activities for Harmony Day on Friday, 20.3.20. Without further ado, let's get into the newsletter!
With Easter just around the corner, Showtime Stars has a fabulous Easter Hat Parade show on Thursday, 9.4.2020 at 10.30 am to entertain our children.
Eli the Echidna and all of his Aussie animal friends will try to come up with a new way to celebrate Easter. We will dance and sing until the Easter Bunny takes us for an Easter egg hunt.
Ending with a big hat parade this show is a perfect way to finish off your Easter celebrations. All the children will make their Easter hats to bring along and join in the big parade to show off their new creations. Hope we will all have lots of fun.
Our center will be closed on Friday, 10th of April and Monday, 13th of April for Easter public holidays.
Extra curriculum weekly routine for Piptree Early Learning Sunnybank Hills are there for some extra fun and smaller group learning opportunities
Kevin, a modern day swaggie man, visits our Kindergarten groups on Mondays during the school terms. Kevin learnt bush stories and music of the people of Australia outback. He teaches children our history singing about shearers and drovers. The interactive music program enhances the knowledge about our heritage in the spirit of the swaggie man.
Superkidz is in our centre every Tuesday morning! Fun, active, education for our little superheroes. It is so much fun wrapped up in sports, fitness, dance, music, wellness, and learning. Go online to enrol www.superkidz.com.au/enrol For $10 a week your child will get a 30 min session packed up with fun!
Lovely Ms Ann delivers Happy Feet sessions, the most versatile program on Wednesdays. Happy feet Fitness classes are a safe and happy environment where all children can immerse themselves in a world of active play, fun yoga and imaginative adventures all explored through original music, dance and storytelling.
For more information please visit our website or give us a call on 1300 300 491
Our Jenny from Maggie Moo music has two sessions on Thursdays here. Listening to music and playing music games helps children to use the various parts of their brains simultaneously. The classes are focused on a combination of movement and music to help improve motor-skills during formative years.
Jenny also teaches Auslan (Australia Sign Language) in Maggie Moo session too
An educator is always present during each extra-curriculum session.
Children interacting with each other and having a close contact with educators means that diseases can quickly spread in a variety of ways. Younger children often put objects in their mouth and can easily infect surfaces or they are not always covering their mouth when sneezing. To stop infectious spreading, we all continue to follow:
Keep smiling, Natasa