Toilet training is an experience that all families go through. Some families seem to have their children trained overnight. Others take longer. It can be a frustrating time between parent and child. So how can toilet training become a positive experience?
On Tuesday the 24th of April, Ally’s Kindy came together as a Centre to partake in our own ANZAC ceremony.
The children previously had spent the week before preparing wreaths and practicing the Australian Anthem. The whole Centre took part in the ceremony doing a march, singing the National Australian Anthem, laying of the wreaths and a minutes silence.
On the 13th April the Center came together to have a fun day in spirit of the Commonwealth Games.
All children from every age group got to participate in this day of fun and games with everyone supporting and cheering on each other in each event. A sausage sizzle concluded the Games with each child given a Freddo Frog to celebrate everyone’s efforts! Well done everyone!
On the 29th of March, the children were excited to display their hats they had created for the Centre’s annual Easter Bonnet Parade. The morning went wonderfully despite having to move the parade inside due to the wet weather. Afterwards the children had an Easter lolly hunt and were thrilled with their finds! Thank you to everyone whom attended in support of their children. It was wonderful to see.
We all know that Australian’s sun is dangerous. 2 out of 3 Australians are most likely to develop skin cancer by the time they’re 70 years old. Time is of the essence in raising our children to be sun smart!