March has been a crazy month, and we were sad earlier in the month to have been given direction to temporarily close until further notice. This was an important measure for the health of the children and our staff members, but it won’t be forever. For now, we are going to listen to the government’s advice on social distancing, while …
The first two months of 2020 has been incredible for us here at Discovery Child Care. This month we learned whether we can eat snow, researched the circle of life, got our snowshoes back on and pushed our balance to the limits on ropes in the forest. Here’s what we got up to in February.
The first month of the year is over and it has been an absolute blast for us here at Discovery Child Care.
We truly live in a beautiful part of the world, so let’s find new ways to care for our environment in 2020! We wish all our families, friends and followers a wonderful new year!
We are so excited to be back in the woods with the Forest School Kinders once again! The children have begun connecting with “their” forest in so many ways and learning how to be safe in a variety of different environments and activitie
The month soon changed, however, with numerous snowstorms signalling the start of winter. That’s not going to stop us from having fun here at Discovery Child Care! This month we learnt about the different seasons, created clouds, shared our travel experiences, studied animal winter routines and much much more!
With Halloween finally here and the beautiful fall colours still in full bloom, here at Discovery Child Care we have been making the most of the changing season!
Other amazing things we’ve done this month include jumping in puddles (it’s rainy season after all), picking fresh pears and kicking off our annual fall food drive.
With summer coming to an end, here at Discovery Child Care we are making the most of the warm months while they last! This month we did some investigations into light, built some amazing structures, went on the search for caterpillars, read First Nations stories and much, much more! Learning about First Nations This week was filled with wonderful presentations …