At Sonas we continuously plan and deliver amazing, fun and developmental experiences for your child.
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.
Thank you, Brayden, for sharing your silkworms with us. We have been able to get up close and personal with our new pets, our Silkworms. We love watching them eat, sleep and some are beginning to make their new homes.
We have researched how to care for our silkworms and what their role in life is.
They really are a fascinating little creature that can be entertaining for all ages. We have enjoyed our walks to collect mulberry leaves from the charitable people in our Huntingdale community.
Thank you for supporting our learning.
Here at Sonas, we use our knowledge of child development and learning theories to guide our work with all children.
Fundamentally our approach to children’s learning is entrenched in the concept of play-based, hands-on learning environments where children have the opportunity to engage in play that is: messy, quiet, active, physical, creative, in groups, alone, games with set and made-up rules, role play, fun play.
Through this play children will learn and experience: creativity, adventure, compassion, trust, acceptance, hold an open-mind, friendliness, societal norms, charity, caring, helpfulness, understanding, gentleness, confidence, attentiveness, interest, happiness, independence, social responsivity, collaboration, respect, self-learning.