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Ruth Landau Harp Early Learning

Check out our new waste sorting bins in our staff room! #sustainability #recycle #containersforchangewa #reducereuserecycle #earthfocus #wecare ... See MoreSee Less

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It is working so well! ❤️♻️

In our Kindy Classroom, we have set up a 'dark room,' an inside space where the children can explore different forms of light, optics, and colour. We have a lightbox, fairy lights, regular torches and a UV torch, and many other things they can play with. The intention with this space is to get them to think about the many different forms of light, how we see things with our eyes, and how colours work together. It is a space for them to free play, explore and open their minds to different ways of seeing. As we move further into the topic, new things will be added to this space to continue to spark their curiosity! ... See MoreSee Less

In our Kindy Classroom, we have set up a dark room, an inside space where the children can explore different forms of light, optics, and colour. We have a lightbox, fairy lights, regular torches and a UV torch,  and many other things they can play with. The intention with this space is to get them to think about the many different forms of light, how we see things with our eyes, and how colours work together. It is a space for them to free play, explore and open their minds to different ways of seeing. As we move further into the topic, new things will be added to this space to continue to spark their curiosity!Image attachmentImage attachment

Over the next few weeks, Miss Michelle has begun guiding the Kindy Children through a collaborative piece of art. The artwork will be added to each day as we learn about what Hashem created on each day. Last week the Children learned about light and dark, what they look like and how they can be represented. They chose candles to represent light, and black paint to represent dark. The children were given an array of materials they could work with, which allowed each child to express their individuality and show their perspective on the concept. We cannot wait to see the end result and we are sure it will be a masterpiece! ... See MoreSee Less

Over the next few weeks, Miss Michelle has begun guiding the Kindy Children through a collaborative piece of art. The artwork will be added to each day as we learn about what Hashem created on each day. Last week the Children learned about light and dark, what they look like and how they can be represented. They chose candles to represent light, and black paint to represent dark. The children were given an array of materials they could work with, which allowed each child to express their individuality and show their perspective on the concept. We cannot wait to see the end result and we are sure it will be a masterpiece!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Absolutely beautiful

We are preparing for our final group of children for the year transitioning into the Kindy from Pre-Kindy and we decided that we needed more storage for their trays. Miss Gilli started putting the shelves together before lots of little curious eyes made their way to the mat where she was working. They were all eager to help, and in the end, the shelves were put together by the Kindy Children! They took turns putting in screws, looking at the pictures found in the instruction manual and working together as a team to put it all together. Thank you Kindy's for helping us! ... See MoreSee Less

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Michelle Berg

Well done 👍 🔨

Our Kindy children's favorite part of their outdoor classroom is the hill. The children love nothing but to dig, run, roll and climb up and down the hill and last week they begun to explore how objects moved in the environment. They used their knowledge and experience about hills as they watched which reel would arrive at the bottom first. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Kindy childrens favorite part of their outdoor classroom is the hill. The children love nothing but to dig, run, roll and climb up and down the hill and last week they begun to explore how objects moved in the environment. They used their knowledge and experience about hills as they watched which reel would arrive at the bottom first.Image attachmentImage attachment
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