Wow what a very busy few weeks we have had. One of our Rural Care mums Indi came to visit and talked about her Indian culture - Sikh. We watched how a traditional turban is wrapped using a 7 meter long piece of cotton, it was really cool. Indi also talked to us about traditional Indian food and the Palace made of real gold.
Last week on Tuesday we had the Point Pearce Kindy Children visit us for Harmony day. We made a little kite for our Harmony Day Banner “we all belong under the one sky”. We enjoyed playing with our Point Pearce Kindy friends and sharing some oranges. On Wednesday we had our first excursion which was to the Maitland Lutheran School to participate in Jumping Jelly Beans where we did some Easter crafts and went on a Easter Hunt. Thank you Paula and staff at MLS for inviting us, it was lots of FUN. Thursday we had a visit from Ben McNicholl a Hearing Special Educator. He came to teach us all about our ears. It was very interesting learning about how the ear works and learning some sign language.
We have also had Oliver’s mum Sallyann bring in a baby lamb and Paige’s mum Rebecca bring in some baby ducks; they were so cute!