top of page
  • pam87359

We're thinking of opening our own laundromat!

The educators' have been thinking about ways to develop children's upper body strength, they have painted on the fence with water, drawn on paper on walls, used wheelbarrows and now we have set up a washing line for the dolls clothes.

Developing good upper body strength is important for mobility, fine motor skills, and self- help skills. Good stability in the trunk, shoulder and pelvis enables children to have better control when using their hands to grasp and manipulate objects... like pencils and scissors! (EYLF Outcome 3: Children build core strength, physical coordination and stamina)

38 views0 comments


Group 16945@2x.png

Latest News

Check out our latest news, events and


bottom of page