At Sonas we continuously plan and deliver amazing, fun and developmental experiences for your child.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” - Dr. Seuss
At Sonas Huntingdale, we LOVE to read! We love to read with our Educators, our friends and sometimes we love finding quiet places to enjoy a book by ourselves. Reading can open up our minds to the world around us.
“Inside the seed, all bundled tight. A tiny plant grows, needing water and light. I’ll plant it in soil and let it “Inside the seed, all bundled tight. A tiny plant grows, needing water and light. I’ll plant it in soil and let it catch the sun’s glow. Then water it gently, and watch the plant grow.”
This week we have been busy looking after our world around us. We’ve been thinking of ways to look after our allotments. We decided to recycle our milk cartons and use them as watering cans. We wanted to create beautiful watering cans and use our creative skills. We can’t wait to look after our garden and use our own personalised watering cans.
3, 2, 1 and breathe!
Our children at Sonas Huntingdale love to dance! So we thought we could develop this into a yoga session. We carefully made different shapes and stretches with our bodies. It involved lots of concentration and we loved the challenge! It was very popular with our children as you can see from their smiling faces!!
“Creativity is experimenting, inventing, growing, taking risks, making mistakes and having fun!”
Did you know you aren’t limited to painting just with a paintbrush? At Sonas Huntingdale, we have loved finding resources in our environment around us to paint with and make our creations with. This week, our children wanted to collect leaves from the garden and try painting with them. I am sure you will agree – we created some beautiful artwork!
We love being creative and expressing our interests through our creations!
We have so many creative artists in Sonas Huntingdale – we love creating pictures. This week, in our family room, the children have been interested in looking at their reflections in the mirror. They then drew what they saw and we framed them for everyone to see!
We loved talking about how we looked to our friends and describing each other. Some children have blue or green eyes and others have brown! We have loved celebrating us all and our differences!