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"The important thing is not to stop questioning;
curiosity has its own reason for existing"

- Albert Eintein

Welcome to Karratha Early Learning Child Care Centre

Karratha Early Learning is a Reggio Emilia inspired learning child care centre. We are positioned in your local area of Baynton West, directly across Baynton West Primary School here in Karratha.

The Reggio Emilia has an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education which values the child as strong, capable, resilient and rich with wonder and knowledge. Every child brings with them deep curiosity and potential which drives curiosity and their interest to understand the world and their place within it.

We are passionate about providing your children with the tools they need to be successful in all aspects of their lives. We combine our strong curriculum and a safe, stimulating environment to create meaningful experiences for your child every day. We value the need for your child to have close connections with other families within our local area. The relationships that children form at Karratha Early Learning will continue when your child starts school.

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Our Testimonials

My personal experience with the service, staff and room has been excellent. My child has settled in nicely.

- Sharnell Toulmin

Sounds like another Great Day = thanks so much  so nice to not feel worried whilst at work knowing our kids are having fun

- Marcia N Tony Coelho 

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The Pre-kindy Room

Good afternoon dear families,

We do hope you have had a well spent week. Our room seems to get more and more colourfully decorated with amazing Christmas decorations. It’s never too early for a Christmas delight, especially knowing all of the many festive activities we can occupy ourselves with.

Today’s Christmas decoration was the making of Christmas ornaments. A great essential for all our doors, especially for the ones who’s houses have no chimney, so that Santa can come in. With a dash of seasonal love and warmth, the children brushed their colours onto their ornaments. The children where so proud of their art work and can’t wait to decorate it at home.

Furthermore, yoga has been a way to release our stored up energy when we are indoors and can’t go outside because of the heat. So today as a group time extension, we used the cube for a fun circle time experience. Previously we used our hands in a game of “pass the bean bag”,and so instead of using our hands, we made it even more tricky and used our feet . It’s shocking how a change in play can grab the children’s need to take part. Not only did this experience benefit our physical strength, but also allowed us to act fairly in a group as we took turns, shared and also communicated.

PS:we would also used all Christmas decorations and ideas if you have any to share.

Have a lovely weekend
Written by Miss Mama.
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The Pre-kindy Room

Good afternoon dear families,

We do hope you have had a well spent week. Our room seems to get more and more colourfully decorated with amazing Christmas decorations. It’s never too early for a Christmas delight, especially knowing all of the many festive activities we can occupy ourselves with.

Today’s Christmas decoration was the making of Christmas ornaments. A great essential for all our doors, especially for the ones who’s houses have no chimney, so that Santa can come in. With a dash of seasonal love and warmth, the children brushed their colours onto their ornaments. The children where so proud of their art work and can’t wait to decorate it at home.

Furthermore, yoga has been a way to release our stored up energy when we are indoors and can’t go outside because of the heat. So today as a group time extension, we used the cube for a fun circle time experience. Previously we used our hands in a game of “pass the bean bag”,and so instead of using our hands, we made it even more tricky and used our feet . It’s shocking how a change in play can grab the children’s need to take part. Not only did this experience benefit our physical strength, but also allowed us to act fairly in a group as we took turns, shared and also communicated.

PS:we would also used all Christmas decorations and ideas if you have any to share.

Have a lovely weekend 
Written by Miss Mama.

2 years ago

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Happy Wednesday families and friends!

Today we began our day by taking out the trampoline, the toddlers enjoyed bouncing up and down whilst counting from one to ten to ensure they all got the same time as their friends, it was challenging to wait our turn but with counting down the numbers the toddlers were happy to hope off when we reached 10 and give their friends a turn.

Miss Laura got out some of the big building blocks for us. We used our gross motor skills to climb and balance on the blocks. This was a bit tricky as some of the blocks have holes and curves in them providing an extra challenge for us! Risky play is beneficial for children to help them develop a sense of body awareness, problem solving and decision making processes.

Inside after some morning tea we enjoyed some art work with Miss Sam. We used some glue enjoying the sticky slimy texture and then used our fine motor skills to pick up little buttons and place them on the canvas. Our favourite part was shaking out the glitter don’t be surprised if you find some in the house later as we loved sprinkling it everywhere!

Meanwhile Miss Laura F made some yellow playdough with some little oats inside. What an interesting texture for us to explore! The toddlers enjoyed poking out the oats like a treasure hunt and hiding them back inside what a great way to work on our dexterity and fine motor skills.

Before lunch we enjoyed some musical instruments with Miss Laura H on the mat. And what a special treat after our rest to discover that Miss Laura had brought in her guitar to expand our interest in the music mat time! Music is great to help us develop our speech and language skills through singing and our gross motor skills through dance.

We hope you enjoy the rest of your day

See you tomorrow for more fun!

Miss Laura H, Miss Sam, Miss Laura F and Miss Rashmi
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Happy Wednesday families and friends!

Today we began our day by taking out the trampoline, the toddlers enjoyed bouncing up and down whilst counting from one to ten to ensure they all got the same time as their friends, it was challenging to wait our turn but with counting down the numbers the toddlers were happy to hope off when we reached 10 and give their friends a turn. 

Miss Laura got out some of the big building blocks for us. We used our gross motor skills to climb and balance on the blocks. This was a bit tricky as some of the blocks have holes and curves in them providing an extra challenge for us! Risky play is beneficial for children to help them develop a sense of body awareness, problem solving and decision making processes. 

Inside after some morning tea we enjoyed some art work with Miss Sam. We used some glue enjoying the sticky slimy texture and then used our fine motor skills to pick up little buttons and place them on the canvas. Our favourite part was shaking out the glitter don’t be surprised if you find some in the house later as we loved sprinkling it everywhere! 

Meanwhile Miss Laura F made some yellow playdough with some little oats inside. What an interesting texture for us to explore! The toddlers enjoyed poking out the oats like a treasure hunt and hiding them back inside what a great way to work on our dexterity and fine motor skills.

Before lunch we enjoyed some musical instruments with Miss Laura H on the mat. And what a special treat after our rest to discover that Miss Laura had brought in her guitar to expand our interest in the music mat time! Music is great to help us develop our speech and language skills through singing and our gross motor skills through dance. 

We hope you enjoy the rest of your day 

See you tomorrow for more fun!

Miss Laura H, Miss Sam, Miss Laura F and Miss Rashmi

The pre-Kindy room

Today our pre-Kindy children had another excursion at the leisure plex for their swimming lessons. What a great time did we have today, we were all so patiently waiting for our turns and put on all our brave faces as we charged into the pool for a fun lesson. Thank you leisure plex for another great time.
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The pre-Kindy room

Today our pre-Kindy children had another excursion at the leisure plex for their swimming lessons. What a great time did we have today, we were all so patiently waiting for our turns and put on all our brave faces as we charged into the pool for a fun lesson. Thank you leisure plex for another great time.

Tuesday nursery room

Good afternoon dear families

Today Nursery room had an amazing day.

Early at the morning children did some physical movements pushing the small trolleys and putting the baby dolls inside for a ride across the yard. Small babies were doing very good standing, holding and pushing with the educators help while the big ones were taking care of the baby dolls. What a good multi age experience for all our children.

Later, children enjoyed finishing their Chinese painting using the special brushes that Miss Charlotte bring to close the Chinese New Year celebration. Children were very engaged using different elements to paint while exploring the red colour and improving their fine motor skills.

Following children interest in cars and trucks, educators set up some trucks and buckets on the sand pit allowing children to explore the sand moving the cars on it and then wash it having a good time splashing the water. Children love play with water and explore different textures while playing and learning at the same time.

What an amazing day.

Have a lovely rest of the afternoon.

Miss Aida, Miss Charlotte and Miss Mackless
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Tuesday nursery room 

Good afternoon dear families 

Today Nursery room had an amazing day.

Early at the morning children did some physical movements pushing  the small trolleys and putting the baby dolls inside for a ride across the yard. Small babies were doing very good standing, holding and pushing with the educators help while the big ones were taking care of the baby dolls. What a good multi age experience for all our children. 

Later, children enjoyed finishing their Chinese painting using the special brushes that Miss Charlotte bring to close the Chinese New Year celebration. Children were very engaged using different elements to paint while exploring the red colour and improving their fine motor skills.

Following children interest in cars and trucks, educators set up some trucks and buckets on the sand pit allowing children to explore the sand moving the cars on it and then  wash it having a good time splashing the water. Children love play with water and explore different textures while playing and learning at the same time.

What an amazing day.

Have a lovely rest of the afternoon.

Miss Aida, Miss Charlotte and Miss Mackless

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