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Kids’ Christmas Cave

Kajo Betty, 3, Hana Andersen, 4, and Isla O’Donnell. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN

 

Children from the Lansdowne Kindergarten in Masterton have been busy over the past term creating a special Christmas cave. Complete with an ice castle, nativity scene, and a ‘Polar Express’ train set, the hidden area is a delight for visitors and children alike. The creative project has helped the children develop skills in collaboration, literacy, and creative arts – all necessary skills they need to continue their learning journey on to school. The Christmas cave is open Monday to Friday until December 20 from 8.30am until 2.30pm. Midweek editor Emily Norman was shown around last week.

 

The kids painted a big red sleigh for their concert. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN
The kids painted a big red sleigh for their concert. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN
Zavier Hughes, 4, and Leo Cutfield, 4. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN
Zavier Hughes, 4, and Leo Cutfield, 4. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN
Hana Andersen, 4, Audrey Soto, 4, Cassey Say, 3, and Harvey Fairbrother, 3, standing in front of an ice palace. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN
Hana Andersen, 4, Audrey Soto, 4, Cassey Say, 3, and Harvey Fairbrother, 3, standing in front of an ice palace. PHOTO/EMILY NORMAN

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Emily Ireland
Emily Ireland
Emily Ireland is Wairarapa’s Local Democracy Reporter, a Public Interest Journalism role funded through NZ On Air. Emily has worked at the Wairarapa Times-Age for seven years and has a keen interest in council decision-making and transparency.

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