Monthly Archives: August 2014

Cooking with Kids – Orange Banana Pops!

Summer is coming. And with it comes the need for some healthy treats to cool you down! Our delicious orange-banana smoothie pops are the perfect mix of sweet and tangy to entice your kids into choosing a healthier alternative to sugary ice-creams in the eat, plus they get to make them themselves! For the printable […]

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Cooking with Kids – Orange Banana Pops!

Summer is coming. And with it comes the need for some healthy treats to cool you down! Our delicious orange-banana smoothie pops are the perfect mix of sweet and tangy to entice your kids into choosing a healthier alternative to sugary ice-creams in the eat, plus they get to make them themselves! What You’ll Need: […]

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Craft Corner – Puffy Paint!

Painting. Some of the finest pieces of art today all started with a bit of ink on a piece of paper and all the best artists had to start somewhere. For your budding Picasos, Dalis, and Kahlos we have found a fun way to make your own paint at home with a handful of ingredients […]

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Fathers’ Day Events

Father’s Day is coming up and we can’t wait to celebrate our Dad’s and all of the men that take on the role of Dad! Our centres are a home away from home for all of children and to help show our appreciation we will be holding special events in the days leading up to […]

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NAIDOC Week

Nadioc week 6-13th July 14 In Junior Kindy we will have been celebrating NAIDOC week through a variety of different mediums to help the children learn about the different cultures. We have been reading Dream time Stories, Looking at different Pictures and Art work that symbolise the Cultures these experiences are aimed  at making us […]

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The Tools of the Trade

The Tools of the Trade  Toddlers and DIY aren’t words you’d likely find in the same sentence. Surprisingly, the two can go together to create some amazing learning opportunities that can do wonders for a child’s mental and motor skill development. Interestingly, there is a wealth of knowledge and success stories on parenting blogs and thought […]

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Taste Adventure! International Cuisine

 Making Food From Around the World! After making lamingtons from Australia and pizza from Italy we decided to make Sushi from Japan! So today with a little help from Koula the chef we made sushi.   Koula prepared our rice in the morning and then Miss Sara gathered the rest of the materials. We sat […]

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Sultans of Swing

Swing When You’re Winning! Here at Chancellor Park World of Learning, the children are absolutely loving our latest and greatest resource in the yard, not one but two new swings! We have utilised the fixtures from the sandpit fort to hang the swings securely. There has been lots of excitement as the children use the […]

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The Circle of Life – A Chicken’s Tail

Hatching an Egg-Citing Story! On Monday morning, the children arrived at the centre to find a very special surprise waiting for them. Every year, around this time, Henny Penny Hatchling visit us, bringing newly hatched chickens and fertile eggs in an incubator. The children (and educators) delight in being a part of this incredibly exciting […]

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Let It Go – Elsa’s Frozen Castle!

Do You Wanna Build a Snowman? Over the past few weeks the children have been very interested in the movie Frozen. They have listened to the soundtrack many times and talked about all the characters, they participated in making Elsa’s frozen hands from plastic gloves, glitter and water and even froze them! In recent discussions, the […]

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