2012 Easter

This week’s project is Easter. We will be learning about Easter as well as creating Easter decorations. Educators and children will be discussing the meaning of Easter. Children will also be decorating Easter bags, bunnies, eggs and cards for loved ones.

The week has past and the children have been excited to know that their Easter bags that they have decorate will be filled with chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies. Maxwell has been stamping Easter pictures onto his Easter bag.  Verity has been painting Easter bunnies to go inside her Easter bag. Madison is collaging pretty pieces on to her Easter egg template. Georgie is painting the front cover of the Easter card that she will give to her Mum. Summer made rabbit ears head band to place on top of her head. Zoe was giving her Easter Bunny and Madison was making play-dough Easter Eggs.

  • Outcome 1: Establish and maintain respectful, trusting relationships with other children and educators. (EYLF)
  • Outcome 1: Children have strong sense of identity (EYLF)

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