Bingo met Gemma and Remy this morning at the Wangaratta Library, and he loved having a story read to him!
Leanne took some time out over the weekend to see Matilda the musical... wow!
Last week we visited Belgrade Avenue Preschool in Wodonga, not once but twice.... and there was definitely giggles a-plenty!
Mother Duck was so impressed with the three-year-olds at Rutherglen Kindergarten this week!
This week the Noodlies visited Albury Family Day Care and had a great time! Eency Weency thought he was a big spider, but it seems he's been out-sized... super-talented Child Development Co-ordinator Fiona Pearce has created the most amazing and gorgeous giant spider based on Miss Spider's Tea Party... check out these pics, what lucky children!
Australian author, Mem Fox states in her book Reading Magic that “Experts in literacy and child development have discovered that if children know eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they’re four years old, they’re usually among the best readers by the time they’re eight.”
Australian (and Noodlybark) crochet patterns generally use the same terms as UK patterns, which can be quite confusing if you're following a pattern from the US.
Here's a conversion chart to help.