Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular activities not only encourage social interaction; they also help develop a variety of new skills at a young age.

My Cubby House Early Learning offer a variety of education and fun activities, all included in our childcare fees! On occasion, we do provide activities at an additional cost however this will be communicated ahead of time.

Our current extra-curricular schedule is as follows:

ToddlersJunior Kindy 1Junior Kindy 2Senior KindyPre-Prep
Chinese Mandarin lessonsMondayMondayMondayFriday
Kindy FitnessTuesdayTuesdayWednesdayWednesdayThursday
‘Kids in the Garden’ ProgramEvery 2nd MondayEvery 2nd Monday

*tennis at an additional cost

Chinese Mandarin lessons

My Cubby House Early Learning offers Chinese Mandarin lessons to children aged two years and older. They will learn the basics of Mandarin including counting, simple words, phrases and even songs! Learning a second language at a young age will broaden a child’s view of the world and help develop a deeper understanding of not only their own culture but of others too. The ability to relate, respect and communicate with a wide variety of people from diverse backgrounds is a valuable skill and very relevant to a country as multi-cultural as Australia. You will be surprised by how quickly your child picks it up! We often hear from parents that their children are experimenting with it at home in no time!

Kindy Fitness

It’s never too early to start encouraging children to live an active and healthy lifestyle. Vital for a child’s development, our weekly classes will get our toddlers through to pre-preppies out of the classroom and participating in age-appropriate activities. Physical activity at a young age will promote healthy growth and development, assist with the development of gross motor and fine motor skills and improve concentration and sleep! All while having a lot of fun with their classmates!

‘Kids in the Garden’ Program

This program is provided on a weekly basis to our children aged three years and older by a visiting horticulturalist. Children will learn about sustainable practices including growing their own fruit and vegetables and maintaining a worm farm.

They love getting their hands dirty, planting seeds and tending to the plants as they grow into food-producing garden. They even get excited to eat their fruit and veggies as they’ve grown it themselves.