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A visit from The Flying Bookworm Theatre Company 10/8/2017

The 3 YO Bilbies group love a story or ten, and some of the children have enjoyed recently ‘acting’ out some of our songs. So, a foray into acting our familiar stories was the perfect ‘what next’ step in our learning adventure. A visit from The Flying Bookworm Theatre Company was anticipated with much excitement, and predictions….”I think the actors might be wearing red shoes and a green top”; “I might be the big billy goat gruff.”

Liam and Jess, our mentor actors from Flying Bookworm, led an active participation production of ‘Tiddalick the Frog’, ‘The Little Red Hen’ and much-loved favourite, ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. Invitations to participate on stage were eagerly taken up; donning costume props, embracing their character and delivering their lines with such enthusiasm and confidence, was great to see. Equally important was the role of ‘audience’, with great interest and support from all of the children for their friends.

To continue to support their love of stories, our educators will be providing our Bilbies group with more fun learning ‘theatre’ activities and the opportunity to create their own play over the term. Hours of fun for all!

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A New Water Play Area for East Burwood 21/8/2016

How does a caterpillar go? Dear me, does anybody know? How does a caterpillar go on a lemon tree leaf, all day long! 18/2/2015

Kelly found four caterpillars eating her new little lemon tree at home. They came to kinder for us to watch grow and wonder about. We read ‘The very hungry caterpillar’ and wondered and shared what we already know about caterpillars. Tilly and Luca brought in some lemon tree leaves to feed our caterpillars. Slowly but surely they grew and grew and now we have 4 caterpillars transformed to their chrysalis state. Jan (4 YO educator) did some research and discovered will become Dainty Swallowtail butterflies” and potentially we could have butterflies in a few weeks!