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Play at Home: Preschool - Term 1, 2022

Playgroup NSW is continuing with Play at Home sessions in Term 1 to ensure our families stay connected and continue to play throughout 2022. 

Our Playgroups provide an opportunity for you and your child to learn through play, connect with other families and most have fun.

The groups will include our favourite songs, rhymes and stories as well as a different weekly fun and simple activity. You will see the activities are listed in the schedule below. We do not do the activity during the session but sing songs and read stories about topics related to the activity.These sessions are suitable for families with children aged 3 to 5 years.The number of attendees is limited, and places fill fast, so book your spot today!

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Get ready to Play at Home with your older friends!

Play at Home: Older Friends Fridays coming soon!

In the lead up to Grandparents Day on October 24, Playgroup NSW and LEGO® Australia have teamed up to offer Older Friends Fridays as part of the Play at Home programming.

This is an opportunity to celebrate and support all of the nans, pops, omas, opas and any other older friend in your life, by inviting them to join in on the fun from the comfort of their own residence. 

The sessions will include songs, rhymes and stories and allow children and our older friends to connect and learn from each other and are suitable for families with children aged 3 to 5 years. Everyone is welcome to invite their older friends to the session.

There will be one session on the 15th, 22nd and 29th of October. Spots are limited so be sure to snap up your tickets when they are released on Friday October 8, 2021.




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