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Christmas is time a time for giving and we have wonderful whanau at Maia Ink who gave us a beautiful toanga to raffle off at our Christmas Party and Flake, Cakes and Muffins who baked a beautiful cake for our party...We thank you for your k...
​Waking up early on your day off especially a Saturday has become the norm for some of our tamariki who have joined our Tee Ball team.  Along with their whanau we hit the diamonds in our flash gear and get ready to play our game.  Whaea Jan...
​Our children had so much fun at our Disco Day. There were lights flashing and music playing in the classrooms and  parents and children were so exctited  when they arrived at school. Throughout the day  teachers and children danced an...
Uncooked Play Dough 3 Cups Flour 1 ½ Cups Salt 6 tsp Cream of Tartar 3 Tablespoons Cooking Oil 3 Cups boiling water Mix dry ingredients, cooking oil together in large bowl Then add boiling water Stir well until the mixture leaves the sides of the bow...
The new Geodesic Dome Climber has finally arrived! The tamariki eagerly awaited their turn to go and explore the new obstacle. The new bark arrived soon after and they could continue to climb and have fun. Enhancing their gross-motor skills...
This week has been a very adventurous week for the Hi-5's as we went on a few excursions. We started the week by visiting our friends at Karaka Summerset Resthome to sing a few songs. On Wednesday, as we were heading to the librar,y the Tamariki talk...
November 2018 The weather has been heating up, this makes a beautiful change and we have been providing the children with some amazing water play experiences. From jelly to frozen water, ice block crayons to floating boats and everything else water, ...
September Nga Teina During the month of September our focus was on sensory science. And a week of Tongan language week. We had a week of making collage Tongan flags, making and tasting some of their traditional sweet foods, colouring in patterns and ...
Thank you, thank you, thank you so much Oranga Tamariki for the generous koha of googles, lilo's, and art supplies you gifted to our center. Moving into Summer - water safety is something that we all need to be conscious of, so the water items are go...
Walking outside on such a sunny beautiful day I was greeted with the sight of green wet sandy children . I could see smiley faces , hear the laughing of some incredibly content little people. Nothing is better on a day like today to get&nbs...
This week in Kids Count Tawa we celebrated sign language week with our children/ Tamariki and mums.The experience was amazing filled with fun activities and songs for all involved to learn and enjoy.We learnt various sign along with songs, such as th...
 The children's voice – "I don't know!" "Where is the earthquake?" "run outside" "I don't like the earthquake" Teacher's Voice - When there is a earthquake we need to Stop, Drop, and Hold. Here in Kids Count Tawa our Tamariki/ children and the T...