Three little girls playing with
This was during my morning Before School Care shift.
They started playing at 7.30 am
and could not stop playing when they had to go to their classes
at 8.30 am.
It was so good to see these girls playing together.
While they were playing one was watching “My little Pony”
on an iPad
The three older children were playing
“Minecraft” on the Play station.
It was cold and miserable outside.
After school care: Girls made some flowers by using paper and straws.
End of the first term. It was a good term. Lots of highlights. Before school is expanding day by day. After school not that many children as last year. We did a lot of swimming every afternoon while we could.
We made some pompoms.
We were supposed to make bunnies with them but
there wasn’t enough time to finish it off.
At the end, we had some colourful pompoms.
The big pompom was halfway successful.
It was a huge struggle to cut and tie it up.
Even the principal took a go at cutting through the string!
We also used toilet rolls to create
One created a tree with owls perching on the branches.
No photo, sorry! I forgot to take one.
Hope all of you have a good easter weekend!
Tuesday morning two children (brother and sister) found a skink on the concrete.
I picked it up and put it between the foliage.
I first had to give it to the boy so that he could feel how slippery it was.
I wonder what skink this could be?
Wicked wheels Wednesday.
All colourfully decorated.
Excitement this morning!
A Weta came to visit the office at school.
The younger children were very excited.
WORDLESS WEDNESDAY: pink rose
Early morning. Girls started doing string art.
The same afternoon the after school children were impressed with the two girls work.
We made a whole collection.
This afternoon two boys were building their hearts out.
Wednesday, December 14, last Afterschool Care and PARTY.
After the party, the children had to divide into groups and prepare a dance or act.
The director and judge starting the music.
The best act was these two girls.
This morning one of my 5-year-old girls presented me with an own made gingerbread man! Very special indeed.
Arriving at school on Friday morning I was greeted by
I am the first one at school and
have to unlock the door and switch off the alarm.
This is how it looked in the office.
Year six children all dressed up.
Each child at school had to bring $2.50 for a hubcap.
Each child had to clean a hubcap so that they could paint it.
Curtis is one of my After school care children. He is only 5 years old and still very young for his group. He wanted to show me his painted hubcap.
Here he is looking for his hubcap
He said this is his and I took a photo.
He turned around and said it wasn’t his!
His was still on the bench because it had not dried yet.
He showed it to me and
as you can see he did an excellent job.
The end result!
Hubcaps on the fences.