• Breakfast
  • Puzzles

The three basics of what puzzles do for your child

When your child is alone with a puzzle you can expect three basic skills to be built:

  • Physical skills — from holding puzzle pieces and turning them until they fit
  • Cognitive skills — as they solve the problems of a puzzle
  • Emotional skills — they learn patience and are rewarded when they complete the puzzle

These three basic skills are the building blocks for a well rounded person.


  • Math Adventure to the Moon DVD


  • Mischief sings ‘Rain Rain go Away’
  • Read: How to catch a monster. How to Grow a Dinosaur.
  • Play in  the Rain
  • Mayhem computer
  • Mischief puzzles
  • Music- Dragon soundtrack
  • 930AM Morning Tea
  • 1030am Nap
  • 12 30 noon Mayhem wakes & plays kitchen
  • 1pm Mischief wakes
  • Mischief and Mayhem play in the mud

Young children learn by engaging in hands-on activities with real objects. Put simply, children learn by getting their hands dirty. Unstructured play (that is, play initiated by the child and not led by an adult) is an important part of their education; it has been shown to promote cognitive growth and to positively influence social interactions.


  • Bath & Dressed by 2pm
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Mama arrived home
  • Watch Happy Feet
  • Play with our toys
  • Mischief plays computer
  • Watch Gruffalo
  • Dinner
  • Bedtime