A few weeks ago, we explored how objects can create art through motion and force. We put paper on the slide and rolled cars through paint and then down the slide. Noticing how the children responded to the experience, we have been adding different elements of motion to our art exploration.
We have had a visitor at the Nest this morning! A green tree frog has decided to join us. Miss Jenny has made him a safe and comfy home to keep him out of harms way until we can release him somewhere a little safer than our playground. Come and see if you can spot him!
It is our primary aim to instill in our Nestlings, curiosity, and a sense of wonder about their world. Deeper learning begins with curiosity, questioning, hypothesizing. As we say farewell to one of the greatest minds of our time, we sow the seeds of curiosity in the next generation of thinkers, leaders and world changers.
Our Kindergarten children spent some time exploring the school this morning. After watching the construction of the hall, they were very excited to sneak a peek inside! The bee hives sparked some curiosity, with much debate about what they might be for! They even went to see the tuckshop! Maybe next time they may stop for a snack
Yesterday our Toddler group went exploring in the school grounds. They loved seeing the chickens and ducks, and did such a wonderful job staying together! At the Nest, we believe that all children, right from Nursery age should be engaging in Nature Play and getting involved in their community.