Blog Posts Tagged "Projects"
Getting out and about into the community is not only an exciting change of scene from the early learning centre, but it also provides a whole host of benefits for children.
The children at Guardian Early Learning Centre Moorabbin and Bentleigh East can be seen out exploring the local area on their regular excursions. Rebecca Clifton, Centre Manager at Guardian Moorabbin says, “Our most recent excursion was to the athletics track out the back of our beautiful centre. We went out each day for a week and ran sporting, dancing and aerobic activities with the children. We love the glorious wide open space!” Read more
We believe that children are intuitive and skilful researchers. By exploring the world around them, making observations and creating their own hypotheses, children are researching, learning and growing all the time. With the collaboration of educators, children’s research is formed into overarching projects and documented for reflection and discussion. Read more
This just in, Guardian Vacation Care children make their own newspaper… and news program!
Over the course of the Guardian Vacation Care program this April, the children collaborated to create The Weekly News, a centre specific newspaper highlighting the biggest news stories for that week including some more “creative” pieces of news. Read more
The children and educators at Guardian Early Learning Centre – Charlotte Street have been very busy in their thriving garden. From planting veggies to watering, harvesting to seed saving, the children have been learning so much from their gardening experiences.
The garden provides a multitude benefits for the children. They’re learning about healthy food and where it comes from, they’re eating organic produce, learning about life-cycles of plants plus a whole host of other benefits. Read more
The preschool children at Guardian Early Learning Centre – Caringbah have been working on an exciting art project. Initiated from creating a literacy room in their play space, Centre Manager, Hannah Barnett says, “We’re encouraging the children to work on the transition to school. For example, pencil grip and cognitive functions as we transfer what we see in images to paper.”