What is Aistear?
Aistear is a cirriculum framework for children from birth to six years in Ireland. It describes the types of learning that are important for babies, toddlers and young children and we use this framework in this service. – VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Head Lice Policy
It is always possible to catch head lice no matter how careful we are. – VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Going to Big School
Making the Transition from Early Education to Primary Education VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Talk to your Baby
From birth your baby is listening, so keep talking. This is so important for their language development and their social skills. VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Top 5 Safety Tips for ...
When temperatures dip below freezing driving conditions can become treacherous, the risk of ice or snow on the roads VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Children develop skills at different rates, but by 3 years usually children will have developed the following plus other early communication skills: VIEW PDF Source – Rathfarnham Daycare
Chilli Con Carne
Chilli Con Carne Minced Beef Diced Soup Mix (veg) Kidney Beans Mixed Herbs Garlic Puree Long Grain Ricel Cornflour (to thicken) 1 Fill pot with cold water. 2 Add minced beef, herbs, diced mixed veg and garlic puree, bring to boil and reduce heat. 3 Strain kidney beans & wash under cold running water, blend to a puree. 4 Add rice to pot and cook gently. 5 Add chilli powder to taste &...
Pasta Carbonara Diced Smoked Bacon Diced Soup Mix(veg) Milk Flour (to thicken) Mixed Lentils Spaghetti 1 Fill pot half way with cold water 2 Add chopped bacon, soup mix and lentils to water, bring to boil & reduce heat. 3 Add spaghetti to pot & fill with milk. Cool on a gentle heat. 4 Mix flour and cold water to make a paste, add to pot whisking all the time. 5 when cooled serve. S...
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR,...
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE One, two, three, four, five Once I caught a fish alive Six, seven, eight, nine, ten Then I let him go again Why did you let him go? Cause he bit my finger so Which finger did he bit? This little finger on my right!!! Source – Rathfarnham Daycare