When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade!

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade!

During Term 1 the children were interested in exploring the vegetable garden and noticed lemons that had fallen to the ground. Each day the children were excited to see if there were any more lemons had dropped to the ground. One of the students asked if we could make lemonade. Our lemon investigation began! We sliced lemons, oranges and limes, tasted them and looked through magnifying glass to see the intricate patterns. We used all our senses to create our own lemonade! It was delicious! 

Being, Belonging, Becoming

Being, Belonging, Becoming

The Kindy students at St Jude’s CPS have made a wonderful start to 2024. We believe in developing the whole child and acknowledge that each child is a unique individual. Through our play-based approach to learning we strive to support and foster each child’s agency and needs. We believe play involves all aspects of the curriculum. It allows the children to apply their knowledge and skills as well as developing their social skills, oral language skills and mathematical skills. 

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When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade!

During Term 1 the children were interested in exploring the vegetable garden and noticed lemons that had fallen to the ground. Each day the children were excited to see if there were any more lemons had dropped to the ground. One of the students asked if we could make lemonade. Our lemon investigation began! We sliced lemons, oranges and limes, tasted them and looked through magnifying glass to see the intricate patterns. We used all our senses to create our own lemonade! It was delicious! 

Being, Belonging, Becoming

The Kindy students at St Jude’s CPS have made a wonderful start to 2024. We believe in developing the whole child and acknowledge that each child is a unique individual. Through our play-based approach to learning we strive to support and foster each child’s agency and needs. We believe play involves all aspects of the curriculum. It allows the children to apply their knowledge and skills as well as developing their social skills, oral language skills and mathematical skills. 

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