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The joy of curiosity

The joy of curiosity

At our pre-school Little Oaks much focus is placed on play and learning through experiences. So when a child brought a fish to school that they caught with a mud prawn they pumped, the teachers jumped on the opportunity to investigate more! All the children had the chance to hold the fish, feel its jelly-like eyes and touch its scales. They also looked inside its mouth, and tried to find the mud prawn too!

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