Programs

"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela

​My Family Day Care Service Program 

My program is base on the Early Years Learning Framework of principles,practices and outcomes.With our objective of focusing on children's learning and wellbeing. 

Our program for the children in care has its own phase for each age group.There are factors to consider when planning the programs for each age group. In our Family Day Care Service we are flexible and consider parents' input very important  in the changes that may affect their child during the transition from Home care to a Family Day Care setting. We aim to make everyday a welcoming  experience for both parents and children  as we keep  changing , developing and improving  the structure of our planning, promoting and assessment of  learning in our service.

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Program on the 4th week of June 2020

Art Lesson: "Mask Making!" Artwork 10:30am/4pm 

The children will be creating their own “Superhero” Masks by painting or coloring (Using Texta and crayons), by gluing and pasting their decorative materials (like buttons or felt paper cutouts) and by drawing. The children will learn how to use the glue, how to paste small cut out cloth and paper materials and how to use stickers. They will be encouraged to choose the materials they like while creating their artwork. A short discussion about "Superheroes" and “Masks” will take place prior to starting our Art Lesson.(This is a follow-up about a child who is interested about “Superman” and other comic superheroes)

EYLF 4 (For Fine Motor Skills and Cognitive Development)

 

Book Corner: Story Book Reading and Picture Book presentation  11:35 am during Lunch Time

"Ben 10"  It is a “Superhero” story about a 5 year old boy that changes into  10 different forms like a monkey or a monster. He has a watch that  gives him super powers. He then helps others as “Ben 10”. For a follow –up “Ben 10” watches will be presented to the children . (This is as a follow-up about  the children who are interested to play pretend by wearing the “Ben 10 “watches.)

" The Big Alphabet book " is a picture book with illustrations of different items which is base on a particular  Alphabet letter on each page. Before finishing our Interactive Time, we will be singing more educational songs like the “Alphabet song” , "Number Song", "Days of the Week " song and more with the educator using a ukulele as accompaniment(This is a follow-up to encourage the children who are interested to learn to sing our educational songs).

EYLF 5 (For language and speech development)

 

Planned experiences: (Associative Play)

1. Set-up of individual bubble container for each child in our playground.(A follow-up activity about a child's interest playing bubbles). EYLF 3 -For individual and group observation, Learning story and reflection.

2. “Batman Cave” in the Solitary Area with Superheroes and Villains as character toys will be included -  EYLF 4

3. “Ben10”  toy watches will be set-up in the Dress-up area (A follow-up to encourage a child  who is interested to play pretend). EYLF 1.1, 4.4

Second option for WaitList application is by emailing  to mahappykids@gmail.com

TO PLACE YOUR CHILD/CHILDREN IN THE WAITING LIST (YOUR CHILD  SHOULD BE AT LEAST 7 MONTHS OLD BY THE TIME HE/SHE STARTS ATTENDING HKFDC), PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: 

(1)Your child's name and age

(2)Parent's name and contact details( telephone,postal address)

(3)Desired start date

(4)Days required / Any flexibility of days ?

(6) Any medical condition(s), such as asthma or allergies ?(please include current GP action Plan)

(7) Immunisation status

 

If you are offered a placement, please accept or decline at your earliest opportunity. Upon initial contact, we will hold the space for a maximum of one week, after which it will be offered to the next family on the waiting list.

For parents/guardians who have children on our waiting list,please contact us again one month prior to your required starting date circumstances and we will do our best to accommodate families with immediate needs.

If you are interested, please send us an email with the information listed above to mahappykids@gmail.com. We are happy to schedule a visit/interview on Tuesdays and Wednesdays after 6:00pm. Or on a Thursday or a Friday  between 11:00am to 3:00pm.