Month

April 2020

Dressing up to change it up!

College Music teacher Yvette Jenner has been helping her students adjust to life online with some humour and costumes! Yvette loves her cats, family, friends and her students! In these uncertain and difficult times, she believes that music, especially now,… Continue Reading →

Working with parents to provide practical strategies for home-supported learning

This is a condensed version of an article from Teacher Magazine, offering an evidence based approach to how parents can support their children’s learning at home. Again the emphasis is assuring parents they are not meant to be the teacher… Continue Reading →

The great outdoors

The Lane family are currently living at Airey’s Inlet while their house in Geelong is renovated. Good timing, what a gorgeous place to be in lock down. They are loving the great outdoors and have been walking on the beach,… Continue Reading →

How to help young children regulate their emotions and behaviours during the pandemic

There is some really interesting insights and practical play based ways to help young children regulate their emotions in this lock down era in this article. Self regulation is an important skill for our children to develop. We work on… Continue Reading →

Exploring the world from home

We might be staying at home at the moment, but there are so many ways we can still explore the world around us. Here are just a few links to zoos, museums and galleries so you can pretend you’re really… Continue Reading →

DIY pedicure – take some time just for you

There is nothing like going to get a pedicure, there is something decadent about having someone else wash your feet and ahh the massage, as long as it doesn’t tickle, it’s the best. But for the moment there are no… Continue Reading →

Mondays are for music!

Mondays are for many things, but why not some music to inspire you. Here are some places you can listen, watch, be inspired or actually join in!

ANZAC biscuits – a great thing to do today!

I have such fond memories of making ANZAC biscuits with my mum as a child. We were never sure if they would be chewy and flat or crunchy bordering on hard, but it was still fun! Instead of giving you… Continue Reading →

Pack your snacks!

One of our amazing parents came up with this suggestion. What really helps is packing all the daily snacks into a lunch box before 8:30am, it stops complaining, wearing out a track to the fridge and the pantry, and stops… Continue Reading →

Learning with whatever you can find

Mum of Will, EL4, Kaye sent is this divine pic of Will making patterns with some plastic cups he found in the pantry. It’s a smashing pyramid and I’m sure it was fun to knock down afterwards. Will looks pretty… Continue Reading →

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