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Kindalin Early Childhood Learning Centres
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An exciting place to grow and learn.
An exciting place to grow and learn.

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The children at Kindalin Cherrybrook Shops have been busy celebrating Christmas with lots of different Christmas craft. They have created their own Christmas trees, choosing the colours of paint to add to their tree and then gluing down various collage materials. We even added some special pictures and put them in our Christmas tree frames. The children have also been very excited at group time, checking the calendar and counting down the days till Christmas. The children were even lucky enough to receive a personal letter from “Santa”. Santa said he was impressed with how much the children have learnt this year and he can’t wait to visit everyone soon.
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Christmas celebrations have certainly started at Kindalin Glenhaven. The children have loved to dress up in the many different Christmas costumes and sing carols under the Christmas tree. Throughout the month of December, the children will be engaged in lots of fun Christmas celebrations.
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The Emus at Kindalin Kellyville Ridge have been continuing to focus on their name writing over the past few months. They have been busy in the writing centre using the different resources to practise their letter and name recognition. Name cards have been used throughout the daily routine and transitions allowing them to look closely at each of the letters that make up their names.
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The Wombats 2018 graduation was held on the 29th of November for Kindalin West Pennant Hills. We are so proud of the graduating Wombats! They performed with their loudest and best singing voices plus they had some fantastic choreographed moves. Good luck in school next year and don’t forget to visit us in 2019 in your school uniforms!
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The Wonderful Wombats at Kindalin Kellyville had their Graduation last week. They performed their favourite songs and dances from throughout the year. The songs we sang reflected different projects from the year as well as different parts of our daily routine. The children especially loved getting up to dance to 'Hot Air Balloon’. We would like to thank all the families who came along to celebrate such an exciting time in our Wombat child’s lives.
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At Kindalin Glenhaven our school leavers were celebrated in style this week at our Wombats graduation. The children sung a collection of their favourite songs from this year which they chose themselves. All this while being watched by family and friends.
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Have you considered a career in Early Childhood Education (or someone you know)? We are currently looking for bright and motivated individuals to join our team of professional educators. Traineeships are available. We would love to hear from you or please tag/share with a friend you think would be awesome in our carefully designed learning environments! To find out more go to our Seek job posting https://buff.ly/2Qg9ZEA alternatively email your resume and cover letter to careers@kindalin.com.au

#ChildCare #Traineeship #GrowAndLearn
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At Kindalin Kellyville Ridge the Playful Possums have been busy exploring the home corner and engaging in socio-dramatic play as they care for their babies. The Possums have been roleplaying as mums, dads and educators as they feed, wash, dress and pat the dolls to sleep. Through dramatic play experiences, educators continue to support the children in developing pro-social skills including sharing, inclusivity and awareness and understanding of cultural diversity.
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This week in the Emu’s room at Kindalin Frenchs Forest, the children have been exploring painting and colour through sensory experiences. The children along with their educators covered their hands in paint and made patterns and prints of their hands on the paper. As they painted, they spoke about colour mixing and what would happen when they mixed two colours together.
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