Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Accidental Classroom

Spontaneous learning opportunities can come from anything from the simplest of daily chores to large community events. For a child, the world is a magical place full of new and exciting experiences, even if it’s just discovering where rain comes from! Spontaneous learning opportunities are easy to recognise if you know what you are looking […]

Read more...

Craft Corner – Milky Experiments

World of Learning Kingsgrove got up to some exciting scientific experiments which made us all think a little differently about what we know of milk! Experiment Procedure 1. Pour enough milk in the dinner plate to completely cover the bottom to the depth of about 1/4 inch. Allow the milk to settle. 2. Add one […]

Read more...

Speaking Up About Speech Pathology

Speech pathology is the study of evaluating and treating communication and swallowing disorders. The study of speech has many uses and is very important in understanding the construction of language and how different people learn to communicate in different ways. Speech Pathology Australia, or simply the SPA, are leading researchers in the area and have created awards for […]

Read more...

Baala Banjo visits Thuringowa Central

At Thuringowa Central World of Learning we had a special visitor come to the centre to visit all of the children. Nii from Baala Banjo, an African Musician who tours around Australia, came and introduced his cultures music to the very excited children. All the children and their families were invited along to come and […]

Read more...