At Sonas we continuously plan and deliver amazing, fun and developmental experiences for your child.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in India? Well, jump on board because we set off on a tour and travelled through this amazing country. One of our educators is in India for a holiday and gave us a tour via Facetime.
We talked about the Festival of Lights and created our very own lanterns to replicate this. We welcomed our family and friends to Sonas using traditional stencils using rice flour and tried on some traditional costumes.
This week we got into the spirit of Halloween with pumpkins, ghosts, icky bugs and monsters.
Recycling tins and small pumpkins, we created our own ghost bowling.
Getting messy using our fingers we did some finger painting to create some scary monsters.
We explored different creepy crawlies, had some fun dressing up for Halloween.
Some were scary, some were sweet, some were crazy, and some were neat.
Our lovely community has been out in force again donating us some tadpoles! As a group we have researched what we can feed the tadpoles. Did you know tadpoles turn into frogs? We did and we can’t wait to see the little legs start to form.
We also have our silkworms still, which we have been having silkworm races with. They are very fast little creatures! Our silkworms are slowly making their cocoons which means in the next coming weeks we will have MOTHS!
Thank you to David our local reptile handler for coming and rehoming the blue tongue lizard that wandered into our garden. David gave us the opportunity to learn more about blue tongue lizards, they are quite fascinating little creatures. Some of us felt its scaly back.
We were so amazed by the brightness of its tongue and the fact that they eat a lot of things that we like to eat. We just love our animals here at Sonas, big and small and are always so inquisitive. We were so happy to see that the blue tongue lizard made it back home safely.