Family tote bag

On Friday morning during group time Jackson had asked Ms Nerissa if he could take the Family Tote Bag home next. That afternoon Jackson and his Mum Amanda took it home. He brought it back in today to share with Educators and children. Jackson’s contribution to the weather project was a toy backhoe and a magazine about heavy machinery.  Jackson explained that his Dad was operating the backhoe to clean up after the cyclone. Then he showed us pictures of different weather scenarios that his Mum had taken. These pictures were of the sun rising, a rainbow, thunder and lightning and storm clouds.

Not only did Jackson bring in items to contribute to the weather project but he also brought in items of interest to him. There was a photo of Jackson standing next to a real life Bumble Bee transformer car. Also in the back were two transformer vehicles and costumes. Jackson loves cars.

 Outcome 1: Establish and maintain respectful, trusting relationships with other children and educators. (EYLF)


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