Grass/sprout heads activity day, Friday 20th October

October 8, 2017 § Leave a comment

Hi everyone,

This week Rebecca will be making grass/sprout heads with the children. It sounds like a lot of fun especially because these will start growing quickly in this lovely spring weather.  She asked me to request that if the mums have any old stockings then could they please bring them along. Also if anyone has a spare glue gun, that would come in handy too.

 

grassy heads

 

 

Hope to see you there.

God Bless,

Christina.

Composting & worm farming activity – Friday, 22nd September, 2017

September 16, 2017 § Leave a comment

Hi Everyone,

This week, John and Sam will give us a presentation on composting and worm farming.  If you want any of your children to start their own worm farm then please bring an empty ice cream container.  The worms and bedding for the worms will be provided, long with some handouts on care of worms and how to compost.

I hope you can make it along – it should be a great day.
See you there,

Christina

Book week activity day, Friday 25th August

August 20, 2017 § Leave a comment

Hi Everyone,

It’s book week again, so it’s time to dress up as your favourite character and tell us a little about your favourite book.  It’s always fun to find out what someone  else is reading and discover why they like it so much.

childrens books

I hope to see you to see you there,

Christina

Book Activity – Friday, 2 September, 2016

August 28, 2016 § Leave a comment

Hi Everyone,

The medieval history day was a great day and we thank Sean for his wonderful presentation.  This Friday we are following-up on the recently completed Children’s Book Week. 

Illustration by Lisa Granshaw

Since everyone knows that homeschoolers love to read, we’re asking you to bring along your favourite book and dress as your favourite book character.

I hope you can make it along.
See you there,

Christina

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