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 Kia Ora and Greetings! What have we been up to for the month of September? We celebrated Tongan and Māori language week where our tamariki explored the cultures through arts and crafts and preparing their own Hangi for lunch! Whare Koru fo...
 Kia Ora and Greetings to all our lovely tamariki and Whānau! We hope that you all have keeping yourselves well! Our tamariki have been very busy here at the Centre. We had a full month of fun learning in July however the Covid19 Alert levels we...
Kia Ora Whanau!!  Over the last two months, we celebrated four Language Weeks - Tongan, Te Reo Maori, Fijian and Niuean. We also celebrated the Indian Festival of Lights also known as "Diwali". During these two months, both tamari...
 At Kids Count Lenore Road we have had many of our children who have gone all the way through, from being babies to now graduating to go to big school! We have also have had many birthdays and the Dolphin Room teachers thought this would be an a...
Today, 13 November 2020, we ended our Diwali program with a big celebration. For the past 2 weeks, tamariki have been learning about Diwali and doing amazing artwork in their rooms. The Kaiako decorated their rooms and showed tamariki how to make ran...
On Friday 23 October 2020, we celebrate all the different cultures combined with an Open Day. We invited all our new and existing whanau into our Centre to enjoy different foods from different cultures and see our beauti...
Yay! our cultural celebration was so much fun. Our tamariki did so well with their singing and a great support from our parents. A big thank you to everyone for making today a very fun filled and happy day with our families. 
This week we have had so much fun and excitement learning about "Who I am" and the Niuean language and culture. We coloured the Niuean flag, coloured in and did collage on banana templates. We explored green bananas using our sense of touch and smell...
Ako Here at Kids Count Pukekohe the  children have the opportunity to make sense of their world through exploration and play. We offer a wide range of activities for our tamariki to be able to facilitate their own learning and development. ...
Hello Kids Count Friends and Whanau My name is Honey Boo Boo. I am a Purebred Miniature Pony, and I am 7-8years old. I am very excited to be living here at KIDSCOUNT Pukekohe with my other farm animal friends.I like to think I am the boss of the anim...
String Art! We provided this experience a few months ago for the children and there was a lot of positive feedback from the staff and whanau about the results. This week we were lucky enough to run a art session with the mothers and children. They ha...
This week we went for a walk to the playground that is near Kids Count Tawa. There are so many learning opportunities for the children when we go out into the community. On our walk we discussed road safety - including watching for the sign...