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Paradise Road Early Learning – Slacks Creek

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Welcome to Paradise Road Early Learning where we are committed to the care, education and development of children aged from 6 weeks to 5 years. Our centre has just undergone a massive renovation with new, modern facilities to provide a safe and stimulating environment for the children to play and learn. At Paradise Road Early Learning we offer:

  • Extended opening hours from 6.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday
  • A Government Approved Kindergarten Program adhering to the Australian Government Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)
  • Large, spacious classrooms that are fully air-conditioned throughout
  • Outdoor activities with state-of-the-art playground facilities including a Garden World and Chicken Coop
  • Multi-cultural staff that are highly qualified, motivated and passionate about educating children
  • All meals are provided with special dietary needs catered for

Conveniently located close to the South-East Freeway, public transport and local shops – you can’t go past Paradise Road Early Learning For more information on our child care service in Slacks Creek, contact us or complete our online enquiry form.

This week the Kindergarten children have been extending on their interest with role play. We were able to add additional areas for the children to explore. Including our family area, where the children have taken on the role of Mother and Father, looking after the babies by dressing, feeding and putting them to sleep. Another area is our 'Nail Salon', as the children had decided that they want a separate areas to do their nails and make up. As a team we worked to come up with a solution in which we have all agreed on. Next week, we are looking forward to setting up our Kindy 'Ice Cream Shop'. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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The Junior Kindy children have been focusing on using their listening skills and walking feet. With our walking rope, we have been practicing holding on and staying with each other while walking through the center. The children have been participating in discussions about the importance of our rope when we head out on Excursions or even fire drills. Our rope will help us "stay together", "not get lost" or "left behind". ... See MoreSee Less

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Recently the nursery children have been exploring animals and animal sounds. We have used books and songs to understand and learn about the different animals. Our favourite book at the moment is 'What noise comes from a giraffe?' This book explores the sounds from various animals. The guinea pig has also been brought into the junior yard which has been very exciting! Miss Bec has been bringing the guinea pig out of its cage for the children to pat and engage with more. If any nursery children have pets we would love to see some photos of them! ... See MoreSee Less

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This week the Kindergarten children are starting to show an interest in Role Play and have been acting out real life roles and fictional performances, all while linking it to real life situations. We have been looking at ways to extend on this and have started our very own Kindy Shop, where the children are taking on the role as a Cashier or in their words 'Shop Keeper', as well as Customers. We have recently set up a Makeup station using water and Tissue paper confetti in the Arts and Crafts area for children who want to take on the role as a makeup artist. The children were also able to turn the cubby house into a Nail Salon and also a Beauty Salon, while on the other side of the yard Miss Ann had set up a Hair Salon for the children to take on the role as Hair Dressers. We also have children who have taken on the role as Magicians and have used their magic powers to turn other children into Superheroes and Animals.
Role play is such an important part of children's learning and development and has many benefits, such as, builds on their confidence, creativity, communication, physical development and problem solving all while being able to have fun!
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In pre-kindy we celebrated World Environment Day this week. We played a new game using re-cycled products. We used foam balls and straws for the experience.
The children blew through their straws to move the lightweight foam ball. Everyone engaged happily in this experience and took turns racing each other to see who could blow their ball to the other side of the mat.
We have been focusing on the environment through discussions about saving energy, turning off lights when not needed etc
The children have been saving food scraps for the chickens and the guinea pig and also composting for out veggie garden. We have been watering the garden with recycled milk bottles cut in half as well.The children really enjoy maintaining the garden and have a sense of pride in the plants.
On World Environment Day the children painted beautiful flowers to promote discussion on the natural environment. We spoke about why flowers need bees. The children have also been collecting insects in the garden, this week we found a stink beetle, a small lizard and a lady beetle.
During these outdoor activities the children:
* practiced decission making
*used hand eye coordination
*increased social skills by participating in play
* increased vicabulary (Learning names for natural objects, plants, insects and birds.
*climbing promotes spacial awareness
* children were listening for new sounds
We learn through play!
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