Local & Healthy Eating — Green Club Montreal

Who knew learning could be so yummy! Love this Nutrition Month blog post from a daycare student in Coronation’s Green Club! This week I took a few photos during our Green Club activity when we prepared and ate a salad. We learned how to make a healthy salad using some local ingredients, such as carrots, apples…

First B.A.S.E. Newspaper of the Year

From students harvesting the spoils of their gardens, to learning about animals, media literacy and human rights, this Winter 2018 issue of the Touching B.A.S.E. on Daycare Matters newspaper has it all! Check out the pages of photos of Green Club harvest parties, a Heritage Day banquet, a Play it Fair! pedagogical day and more! Don’t…

Parkdale Arboretum Creatures

Our garden photo competition is over but here are a few more tiny creature photos taken by Marie Xue Larochelle from Vert Cite, one of B.A.S.E. Daycare’s partners in establishing schoolyard gardens. These photos were taken in Parkdale Elementary’s arboretum. Can you identify what these creatures are? Let us know in the comments!

Green Club Photo Competition

Over the summer months, community volunteers helped to maintain the wonderful B.A.S.E. Daycare gardens and enjoyed harvesting fresh fruits and vegetables. While helping, we encouraged the participating families to capture their moments in the garden, especially of any tiny visitors they encountered. Here is the best shot from the lot so far, sent in by…

Our Lady of Pompei: Daycare Week Fun!

B.A.S.E. Daycare students at Our Lady of Pompei had a great time during Daycare Week with a plethora of activities. From an “Engineers in the Making” project, to lots of physical activity, a dance performance and a fun-filled carnival day, students definitely celebrated daycare being a part of their everyday.

Nesbitt: Filmmaking Club Fun!

Nesbitt Daycare Filmmaking Club In the filmmaking club today we learned about stories. We picked the photos we liked best from a pile and told a story with a beginning, middle and end. Ms. Jacky asked us to try including a likeable character, a challenge and a reward at end. We learned that sometimes those…