Hello families. Welcome to Thursday at OSHC. A fantastic morning as all the children joined in a group game of seaweed tag in the playground. The aim of the game is to form a chain with friends at a designated post. All players run back to the post before being tagged. The seaweed chain of children can make all the difference when running back to home base, and holding a friends hand to be safe. Being aware of fairness, Arianna volunteered to be it as others struggled to tag their friends. We came back indoors early as per children’s request to paint their boxes again. Bobby and Lucas worked together painting the cardboard. These are my Mums favourite colours said Bobby. The boys splatted colours to form patterns then mixed the colours to create new colours. Lastly they engaged in a sonsory experience mixing the colours wi5 their hands. Bobby and Lucas shared lots of laughs as they rubbed the paint from their hands into their hair. Proudly wearing their coloured hair to school. Matilda continued with more panels on her computer box. Tia and violet made a base colour and then created patterns on the top. “It’s not finished yet, I’m going to write on it tomorrow” said Tia as she took her box out to the garden to dry. Hazel painted many pictures into each indentation of cardboard which holds apples. Transition to school, catch the ball and name what you would like to be when you grow up. Suggestion by Arianna whom wants to work at Australia Zoo and be a famous netball player.
this afternoon we read the story book, cheeky monkey listening. There was more painting and box ideas. Children built on and extended their own unique creations, putting them into the garden to dry So they can paint the next layer. There was music, dancing, twirling ribbons and block construction.
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Have a great day / night. Looking forward to catching up with you all again soon x 🥰🎉🐌🌺😎💚💚🤩 Miss Lea