Category Archives: Development

Santa Fun Run

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Local Paper – Excellence In Care staff preparing for the 2013 Variety the Children’s Charity – Santa Fun Run through Brisbane.

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Library Visit

Today we had our last library visit for the year, each month the children were invited to join us for story time at a local library. Story time is a great activity for the children Thank you to all the …
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Educator Training

At EIC we ensure our educators have sufficient training to stay up to date with caring for your child. Training you can expect your educator to complete ~Protective Behaviors ~Nutrition and food handling ~Behavior Management ~Policies/Staying Healthy in Childcare ~Fire …
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excellence-in-care-Self Portraits

Self Portrait Individual Development and Identity Comparing own similarities and differences to others Exploring, identifying and analyzing how individuals relate to one another   Items needed Mirror Paint Paint brushes, different sizes Crayons Paper   Instruct but do not do. …
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Rescue

Playgroup this term is focusing on ‘What’s in our Community’ The children have had fun learning about being Sun Smart and the importance of Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide. We had a visit from our local Police Officers and …
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Physical Activity

Did you know you can incorporate physical activity into story time!       Bringing a story to life Let’s take a look at how Jack and the Beanstalk can be adapted to encourage physical activity. – Gallop around the …
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Children are Not Developmentally Designed to Share

Three things to remember from a developmental standpoint: 1. Young children are naturally ego-centric. They see the whole world through the lens of their own wants and desires. Giving something up because it makes someone else happy requires a very …
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