This is our Gallery Page. On this page, there are different gallery albums with all the different activities that we offer in our setting.
Sand play promotes physical development. Large muscle skills develop as children dig, pour, sift, scoop, and clean up spills with brush and dustpan. Eye-hand coordination and small muscle control improve as children learn to manipulate sand accessories. Sand play also promotes social skills.
Water Play provides hours of rich and valuable early childhood experiences to develop children's creativity and imagination. ... Water play is both enjoyable and educational. It helps children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts. It also enhances social skills and encourages cooperation.
When children interact with loose parts, they enter a world of “what if” that promotes the type of thinking that leads to problem solving and theoretical reasoning. Loose parts enhance children's ability to think imaginatively and see solutions, and they bring a sense of adventure and excitement to children's play.
our wonderful world
To the 5 R’s - “Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Repurpose, Reduce”. We kicked off our project by no longer using plastic milk bottles at preschool, saving 570 from going to landfill each year! We created our display with the children’s help and we introduced them to litter picking after our ‘McDonald’s drive through activity’. During lockdown we shared home learning activities about our planet and looking after the environment - stories and some simple activities.
Our Wonderful World
This year we embarked on our collaboration project ‘Our Wonderful World’, a new project with our children to teach them the fundamentals of looking after their planet. Preschool staff completed the training, which introduced the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In particular we have been working on Sustainable Development Goal 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production and have introduced our children to responsible consumption and production.