At Learning Adventures we love to celebrate cultural festivals and events from all over the world and last Friday July 12, Kiribati Independence Day took front and centre stage.
Learning Adventures Mangere East has just capped off a week of Matariki celebrations, enjoying an action-packed programme of Maori arts and crafts, waiata, traditional stories, planting, and more.
The children at Learning Adventures Warkworth could teach many of us a few things about sustainability.
A new fitness initiative led by Sport Hawke’s Bay has got the kids at Learning Adventures Maraenui building their skills in everything from hula hooping to tennis.
Evolve Education Group has been named New Zealand’s Most Trusted Kindergarten Centre Operator in the 2019 Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands awards.
Children’s diligence in gardening and collecting eggs from free range chooks at the Learning Adventures preschool in Campbell Drive, Warkworth, has prompted the establishment of a community pantry. Read the full story in the local paper: Warkworth, Mahurangi Matters
Harold the Giraffe paid our children at Learning Adventures Henderson a visit, bringing with him a lunchbox chock-full of healthy options to help him grow.
Today we thought we would venture out into our community one last time during the school holidays and enjoy something new. We decided to have a picnic lunch with some yummy buns which were donated by a lovely lady in the community.
Here we are back at the koha shed again as we were invited back to join Whaea Belinda in sowing some vegetable seeds in preparation of spring. It's great that we are able to venture out into our local community of Maraenui and experience hands on learning experiences right here in our back yard.
Wow what an amazing time we had celebrating this year Matariki Māori New Year here at Learning Adventures Maraenui.
The teachers in the toddler Room at Learning Adventures Rosedale have a passion for the outdoors and teaching children to respect nature. They decided they wanted to bring the outside inside through introducing lots of nature inspired resources as well as through decorating their room!
Ice sensory experiences provide an opportunity for children to explore with their hands. There is no right or wrong way. You can touch it or taste it and smell it. It gets the brain working and our children enjoy it in so many different ways.
An amazing opportunity for the children to visit the Fire Station in Katikati. Lots of laughs and smiles, while learning about keeping themselves safe and participating in the "Get Out, Stay Out!" Preschool Education Programme.