Term 2 Week 2
Kia ora koutou
Celebrating another week of beautiful weather. In this panui you can read about
- Extending older tamariki at Playcentre
- How do we make Te Whāriki visible in Playcentre?
- Prebbleton Playcentre connects with their community
- Bug play workshop
- Education workshops
- Playcentre to do list
- Playcentre calendar
- Find us online
Do you want your centre to get noticed? Join in the #runningmanchallenge craze. Make a short video of your centre whānau and tamariki doing the #runningmanchallenge and post it Facebook. Let's show the world how Playcentre people do it!
This year Matariki will begin on 6 June 2016.
How will your centre celebrate Matariki?
At Playcentre we need to learn more about emergent curriculum. Emergent curriculum as a thoughtful response to children's play to encourage more complex play. At Playcentre 'on the hop responses' are often referred to as emergent curriculum, but emergent curriculum is so much more than on the hop responses. This is a great video about emergent curriculum used well. Thanks to our low ratios and having a wide range of experts in our centres, we are very well suited to deliver amazing emergent curriculum enquiries. I'd love to see a nationwide enquiry about how we can support our children's learning with emergent curriculum programmes.
Click here to learn more about emergent curriculum.
Playcentres are often asked how they link their work in Playcentre to Te Whāriki. Are you expected to make overt links by writing a strand and a goal on each learning story or can we achieve this in different ways?
Click here to read about how to make Te Whāriki visible in your centre.
At the start of the year, the families at Prebbleton Playcentre decided that making themselves more recognisable in the community was a top priority. What they discovered was that there were other groups in the community eager to connect. They invited the local Walking Group in for a cuppa and to play with the kids, and now plan on joining them for a walk in the autumn leaves.
Click here to read the story.
This workshop explores early literacy, movement, science, construction (bug hotel) and creativity around the amasing world of bugs. Very cool workshop. Register on our website.
Click here to book for this workshop.
All the Term 2 programmes are now out. Be quick with your bookings. Limited spaces available.
Click here to book your workshops.
See the Playcentre 'To Do' list here.
See the Playcentre Calendar here.
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Join the Facebook group to discuss Playcentre with other Playcentre whānau.
What is important is family, friends, giving back to your community and finding meaning in life.
- Adrian Grenier
Posted: Friday 6 May 2016