Kia ora everyone,
Have you noticed it’s lighter in the mornings and it’s getting darker later in the evenings? Yes, Spring is here. I hope you’re managing to get your tamariki (children) to bed as we’ve headed into Daylight Saving! It can be a tough time for all of our bodies to adjust.
It’s been great to see everyone coming to our trainings and taking part so enthusiastically. I really appreciate the way everyone is so respectful of each other. I’m really enjoying you all connecting and providing support to each other during our times together.
Lower North RC
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We have more training available next term. Click the button below for our Term Four Training Calendar.
School Holiday Activities
A week of school holidays has already passed but here’s a link to a neat resource for the younger tamariki that incorporates a lot of Te Reo and has cool activities like growing kumara and making kites.
On page five, in the second booklet, this is a child-friendly version of the Hand Model of the Brain by Dr. Dan Siegel. This may help kids to understand what is happening when our ‘lid is flipped’ – tell them that the thumb is like the alarm button and when the fingers uncover the thumb it sets the alarm off – encourage them (and you) to work out what helps to keep the fingers over the alarm.
Kia kaha, kia hauora, me kia atawhai / Be strong, be healthy, and be kind!
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