Arthurlie Family Centre

October 25, 2018
by Mrs Liddell
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HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS

HALLOWEEN CELEBRATIONS WILL BE HELD IN ALL PLAYROOMS ON WEDNESDAY, 31ST OCTOBER.

CHILDREN CAN WEAR COSTUMES IF THEY WISH.

CAN YOU PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR CHILD DOES NOT WEAR A MASK

AND THAT ANY ACCESSORIES FOR THE COSTUME ARE LEFT AT HOME.

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October 25, 2018
by Mrs Liddell
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PARENT CONSULTATIONS

24/10/18

Parent/ Carer Consultations Information

Dates for parent / carer consultations are shown below. We are trialling an online booking system which you will be able to book your time slot soon. If you are not able to attend the meeting we can provide a telephone consultation at the appointment time. THANK YOU

 

Balloo Balleerie Date
Jennifer Thurs 22/11/18
Sarah Fri 23/11/18
Donna Fri 16/11/18
Kerry Tues 20/11/18
Anne Mon 19/11/18
   

 

Aiken Drum Date
Claire Tues 27/11/18
Andrew Mon 3/12/18
Victoria Wed 14/11/18
Alison / Elma Wed 28/11/18
Michele Wed 21/11/18
   

 

Ally Bally Date
Denise Tues 13/11/18
Mags Mon 12/11/18
Lauren Mon 19/11/18
Jennifer Mon 3/12/18
Janet Tues 20/11/18
   

 

Zickety Dickety Date
Stewart Thurs 15/11/18
Laura Thurs 22/11/18
Lauryn Mon 26/11/18
Yvonne Thurs 29/11/18
Gill Fri 30/11/18
Rosalind Fri 23/11/18

October 10, 2018
by Mrs Liddell
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Places to Play

Places to Play, is a programme designed to encourage children and families to play outdoors and use their local parks and community resources. Any parents interested in hearing more about Places to Play and how they can get involved, please go along to a meeting being held in the Barrhead  Museum on Thursday, 25th October at 1.00 pm

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October 5, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Odd Socks

We need your help!

If you have any odd socks in the house that you no longer have use for we would love if you could bring them into us! These would help us continue retelling stories using sock puppets.

Thank You

October 5, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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WHO BROKE BABY BEAR’S CHAIR?

 

BREAKING NEWS IN ARTHURLIE FAMILY CENTRE!
BROKEN CHAIR MYSTERY

This week we discovered a broken chair outside the Ally Bally Bee Room. The children investigated the crime scene to find out who might have broken the chair. The children we excited and discussed the crime scene. “Look there’s the three bears”. “Why is that chair there?” What is that ribbon for?” Staff supported then children’s curiosity. They searched for clues and noted down what they could see. The found a large footprint in the pile of flour beside the broken chair. The three bears were there too. The children compared the size of their shoe to the footprint and noticed the patterns on their own shoes. One child pointed to the pattern on their sole and said, “I’ve got circles on my foot.”

The children thought it was Goldilocks who broke the chair! But through detective work they discovered that Goldilocks foot was smaller than the print found at the scene. The children made a copy of the print and interviewed various suspects.

The mystery continues ……….

October 4, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Storytelling with Props: Bring Favorite Stories to Life

Setting the scene and acting out Goldilocks and the Three Bears with props is one of our all time favorite story telling activities in Arthurlie Family Centre. Have you ever tried storytelling with props? We loved turning a book into a play.

The children in the Alley Bally Bee Room have been making resources for the traditional tale Goldilocks and the 3 Bears. They made a bed with a slide and ball pit for Baby Bear, a soft bed for Mummy Bear and a lumpy bed for Daddy Bear. Then the beds made from recyclable materials were used to retell the story.

October 4, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Our new sensory room

 

Our new sensory room combines a range of stimuli to help develop and engage children  senses. The room has lights, colours, sounds, sensory soft play objects within the environment that allows our children to explore and interact.

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