Children at Imaginations Early Learning Centre will have a lot to look forward to when they return to school.
Staff and parents spent Saturday morning creating a whole new range of activities and educational areas in the playground to make what was becoming a “dull and boring” area, fun and inviting when preschool returns.
“We have quite a few new children and even our regulars are becoming a little bored in the playground, so we decided to create a few new areas that would keep them interested during breaks,” co-director Bec Catt said.
The new play area will include vegetable gardens in wine barrels donated by Robert Stein Winery and old tyres, feature walls with chalkboard paint so the children can show their creativity, a chook pen, and a stage with mirrors for the more adventurous children to take a bow on.
“All of the improvements are to help encourage our students to have some fun and socialise and we how that everything we’re doing this weekend will make them feel welcome,” Ms Catt said.
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