Blog Posts

Quote Post Type

Urna eget lacinia eleifend praesent luctus a arcu quis facilisis venenatis. Aenean interdum, nibh vitae sodales, magna ante feugiat elit maecenas.
Little afraid its eat looked now. Very ye lady girl them good me make. It hardly cousin me always. An shortly village is raising we shewing replied. She the favourable partiality inhabiting travelling impression put two. His six are entreaties instrument acceptance unsatiable her. Amongst as or on herself chapter entered carried no. Sold old […]

The Handwriting Without Tears® curriculum draws from years of innovation and research to provide developmentally appropriate, multisensory tools and strategies for young children to learn how to print. The program follows research that demonstrates children learn more effectively by actively doing,

Designed by accredited and experienced educators, Alpha-Mania fosters pre-reading skills through dynamic themes, interactive play, and multi-sensory activities. As a result, children ages 3 to 5 acquire reading and phonological awareness skills that help put them on the path to academic success. Alp

Created by an expert team of educators and artists, and inspired by the fearless sense of fun and endless source of inner creativity that all children possess, Mini Masters is ideal for young minds seeking new ways to express themselves. Child development is dramatically enhanced when children are

Staff Picks!

My favourite book series is ‘The Mole Sisters’, written and illustrated by Roslyn Schwartz. Each book tells a little adventure the mole sisters encounter with few words and beautiful illustrations. These little books were a must at bedtime when my son was small. His favourite was ‘

Literacy Week

Literacy is the basis for lifelong learning and here at Children’s Garden, we immerse our children in a literacy enriched program each and every day. Early reading experiences should be fun, engaging and until children are able to read independently they really do rely upon us, the adults, to keep

Wedding of the year!

Chirpy has been a prominent member of the Children’s Garden family for a number of years now. He is not just a chicken finger puppet, he is a well loved member of our drama program and the children have enjoyed many an adventure with him. In early spring, he fell in love and became engaged [&h

Goodbye to a wonderful school year!

  Where did the 2013/2014 school year go? In the blink of an eye, June flew by and now the next exciting school year is just around the corner. Our last week of school was exceptionally busy with picnics and end of year assemblies to mention a few. Our annual Riverdale Farm picnic took place [&