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New Beginnings

  Late summer heralds in new beginnings for many; children are off to school for the first time, some are making the transition to high school, adults are off to college and universities and some of our littlest children are beginning their nursery journey. All of...

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Being creative

Children are amazing people; capable of surprising us with their abilities if only we pay attention and notice this. How often we underestimate them and it’s a wonderful thing to be proven wrong in these circumstances. The children in the Sunshine Room have been on a...

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Rainbow Room Christmas Words (2)

Frosty The Snowman Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul With a corncob pipe and a button nose and two eyes made out of coal Frosty the snowman is a fairy tale they say He was made of snow but the children know how he came to life one day There must have been some...

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Rainbow Room Christmas Songs (1)

Up at the North Pole ( to the tune of down in the jungle) Up at the North Pole where nobody goes there’s a great big polar bear washing his clothes With a rub-a-dub here and a rub-a-dub there, that’s the way he washes his clothes. With a grr grr rub a dub Suzy, grr...

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Little Star’s Christmas Songs

I’m a little snowman ( Tune of I’m a little teapot) I’m a little snowman, short and fat. Here’s my buttons, here’s my hat. When the sun comes up I run away, before I slowly melt away.   I’m a little Christmas tree ( Tune of I’m a little teapot) I’m a...

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Nativity play songs (2)

Go tell it on the mountain Go, tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere Go, tell it on the mountain that Jesus is born today   Plodding Along Three tall camels strolling along with three wise kings upon their backs. They’re plod, plod, plodding;...

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Nativity play songs (1)

Special News (tune of London Bridge) I have come with special news, special news, special news I have come with special news, my fair lady.   You will have a baby boy, baby boy, baby boy You will have a baby boy, my fair lady.   He will be the Son of God,...

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Time together encourages listening

Sitting in the Rainbow Room first thing whilst they are doing their Good Morning Routine is the best start to my day I can think of. It’s such a tonic. The children know their routine so well now – Once snack is finished, Jemma and the girls call the children to the...

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So what is peace?

In this time of constant reports of car bombings, kidnappings, and other acts of violence and war, children are absorbing information and trying to construct their own idea of its meaning. Despite the efforts of even the most cautious parents, the extent of children’s...

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When familiarity breeds skill and accomplishments

Children learn best when they are personally invested in the ideas or topics. Finding out what our children are interested in is of the utmost importance. Skilled practitioners can use any topic and draw out of it skills, attitudes and experiences they believe...

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