Wednesday, 22 June 2016

A WALLET FLUSH WITH LOVE FOR DAD



Our infant room gang enjoys shopping and spending cash, oh  oh!
To pick up on the children’s interest, staff decided to make wallets for Father’s Day.  . The whole gang was engrossed in making designs on the wallet and I am confident dad’s enjoyed this gift. Of course, they also made a card to share their love with dad.
Sometime in the near future, these very friends are going to give their dads big stashes to spend at the mall, yeah!

“d” is for “Daddy’s Day”



To celebrate Father’s Day, preschool children enjoyed cutting and gluing the letter “d” on their card. They wrote out a special message for the special man in their lives.
To commemorate this special day, children made a beautiful craft that had dad’s smile. Hope everybody had a great Father’s Day!






Wednesday, 15 June 2016

VROOM, VROOM, VROOM



Infants and young toddlers have taken a big interest in anything that goes Vroom. When going for outdoor activities, and also from inside the playroom, children hang by the windows and love watching the vehicles go by and make big sounds.
Books on big wheels and transportation are a definite hit with this age group. Children enjoyed painting with bingo dabbers as they listened to songs on cars and trucks.
 Great art was certainly created that day. Wow!


VISIT FROM A LIBRARY STAFF



Recently, the Millwoods Public Library staff graciously visited our Centre and read to all the children in the play rooms.
This certainly was a successful endeavor as the children were thrilled to go on an imaginative adventure as story after story unfolded.
We were grateful that this visit will soon be repeated and can hardly wait for her to appear again!



Monday, 13 June 2016

MAKING A CARD FOR GRANDPA



A friend in the Out-of-School Care play room recently was excited as it was her grandpa’s birthday.
She decided to make him a card for his special day.
When grandpa came to pick her up at the Centre, he was so touched that she had made such a beautiful card for him. Aaaaah!