Elsa’s Ice Palace
Explore colour mixing and thick textural painting techniques as you paint Elsa’s Ice Palace. Sparkly glitter and shiny jewels will be used to adorn the palace, giving it that cool icy, glittering appearance. Elsa and Olaf figurines are also created to complete this Frozen inspired project. A magical experience for all Frozen fans!
Henry’s Holiday by Gillian Shields
Baby penguin Henry doesn’t like the cold! Read this adorable story about a little penguin and his hot holiday adventure. Where is Henry going to go? Complete festive tasksheets and learn about the different weather and seasons through fun games, activities, and role play. Create a yummy chocolate penguin and a sticky rice crispy snowman and share this festive treat with your friends and family.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Meet a special reindeer called Rudolph, whose beaming red nose guides Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve. Join him on his journey through the sky while singing and dancing to some fun festive songs along the way, including, of course, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. You'll also make your very own Rudolph who is sure to help guide Santa to you ready for Christmas Day!
Explore the magic of the festive season by creating a frosty winter scene complete with a musical snowman to entertain and delight. Watch the 3-D clay snowman as it slowly turns in tune to accompanying music. Strengthen fine motor skills as the clay is rolled and manipulated to create the snowman. A lovely winter wonderland creation to brighten up your home!
Celebrate this magical season and make an attractive Santa’s sleigh. Create exciting surprises for your friends and family, and hide them inside the sleigh until Christmas Day. A selection of decorations is available for children to choose from whilst working on their individual take home pieces. Decide on the pattern and create the design, developing logic and reasoning skills in the process.
New Year T-shirt and Party Blower
Get creative and design a special party T-shirt to wear during the celebration bash. Decorate your T-shirt with New Year motifs and learn to count down numbers, a fun way to introduce numeracy. Create a personalised 2015 party blower. Then get all dressed up and ready to have some fun!
Pop-Up Firecracker and Scene
Start your New Year with a bang by making a pop-up firecracker. Push the stick and watch as the sparkly streamers and ribbons fly out! Learn how to use simple daily objects to create this interactive project. Display the firecracker above the dazzling city skyline background. A truly interactive creation to bring out and display over the New Year celebrations!
Kindermusik Village, for children newborn to 18 months, incorporates the most current research on early childhood development and provides families a special place for learning and connecting with other parents and babies through music and movement. High quality, professionally created classes and At Home materials include Kindermusik Foundations of Learning, insights based on current research that educate parents about their babies' unique development.
Kindermusik Our Time™
(for 18 months to 3 years)
Kindermusik Our Time is designed for children 18 months to 3 years of age. Along with an accompanying parent or caregiver, children meet weekly for a 45-minute class and enjoy singing, moving, listening and interacting socially, and playing simple instruments. Exploration Time encourages a child's discovery of specially designed instruments, textures, sounds and movements; language skills are fostered with singing, sound imitation, and vocal play; Music and Movement Story Time encourages emergent literacy skills; and creative dancing affirms a child's urge to move.
Kindermusik Imagine That!®
(for 3 to 4 years)
Kindermusik Imagine That! is designed for active, energetic, enthusiastic, and imaginative 3- and 4-year-olds and encourages socialisation, sharing, and participating in group activities. Singing becomes a focus for enhancing the preschooler's vocal development as expressive language is just beginning to emerge. Parents are invited to participate in the last 15 minutes of Sharing Time for the 45-minute class.