Louise Osinska - Childcare

Louise Osinska - Childcare

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It official Louise Osinska - Childcare is on the move to Aldershot. It has been an absolute pleasure looking after members of Bear Group 🐻 and Tiger Group 🐯 here in Tidworth over the last 4 years. It will be exciting exploring a new area and seeing what adventures await us there!
Bears 🐻 and Tigers 🐯 have been busy making some special crafts to show their mummies how much they are loved ready for Sunday.
Have a lovely Mother’s Day with your little treasures 💕
Updated Safeguarding course
How cool are our hedgehogs?? Made by Bear Group 🐻
Defiantly a fun mission.
Lots of nap time beavering and evening painting, but Bear Group 🐻 love decorating the tree with the tinsel and the baubles they have made.

It’s defiantly beginning to feel alot like Christmas !
On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, we will remember them.

Well done Bears 🐻 for taking part in today’s 2 minute silence 💗
Oh what fun!!
Today we started making our hedgehogs 🦔
Bear group loved collecting little sticks and helping to break them up. We then shaped our yellow salt dough, and had great fun sticking in the sticks like the little spikes.

We are now going to let our hedgehogs air dry for a few days, before we give them some paint.
Wiltshire councils have requested the highlight of the dangers surrounding small magnets used in children’s toys and play jewellery. While in most cases these are well within the recommended strengths and are safe if accidentally ingested. However, some have been found to be up to 10 times the strength allowed for children’s toys. Also innocent looking items in the home such as fridge magnets or desk accessories can be obtained by children. It’s important to be vigilant with magnets as they can bind together in the digestive tract and cause damage like cell death.
It’s important to check children’s magnetic toys regularly and if damaged discard of them. Speak to children about the dangers of putting magnets in their mouths.
If you suspect your child has swollowed a magnet it’s important to seek medical advice immediately buy calling 999 or your local A&E.

The following guidance as been provided to further inform parents of the dangers of magnets and what to do if you suspect the ingestion of a magnet.
Nothing better than a fun messy morning.
On the way back from school we went foraging for Autumnal items to paint with. The Little Bears 🐻 had so much fun dunking and feeling the different textures and sizes in the paint, and dabbing it on their paper making tracks and marks. Can’t wait for them to dry so they can go on the wall 🙌🏻🙌🏻 good job guys !
Our past displays in our seasonal corner
Exciting opportunity for parents of children ages 0-5!
Oral health is very important, and with so many parents finding it hard to register at a dentist as the NHS system tries to catch up post covid why not attend this online session on oral health in children for free!
Good oral health routines are an essential tool to little ones to get them in to good habits of keeping their precious little teeth clean and healthy.
Call now to book your space on the 29th September.
And just like that it’s the end of summer. We’ve had so much fun enjoying the lovely weather we haven’t painted as many pictures.
Over the summer season we made the most of the weather enjoying days at the park, walks in the woods, and when it was very hot we played in the paddling pools and with the sprinkler. Such smiley faces all round.

I wonder what awesome adventures will come our way over Autumn?
Autumn is a big season this year at our setting. My eldest son (Steven) starts secondary school, and my middle son (Theodore) starts infant school, leaving me with just my youngest (Edward) at home.

Autumn is deffinatly the season of change this year 💕🍁🍂🍃

Hi, I’m Louise and I offer Childminding and Babysitting services. OFSTED registered and graded GO

Operating as usual

11/10/2022

Exciting things coming in November including the return of us attending phonics classes 🙌🏻🙌🏻

We used to attend phonics classes prior to lockdown at our old posting, the children absolutly loved the
high energy, fast paced, learning with Robot Reg! Not only did it help them build confidence with sounds made by letters, and recognising them in the world around them and how they fit in to words. They also where able to enjoy a lot of physical activity, dancing and singing, as well as manipulating objects like playdoh, and learning to take turns and have a go with new friends.

We can’t wait to start our journey with Phonics with Robot Reg Bracknell & Ascot after the half term!

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 06/10/2022

Today Bear 🐻 group (under 5s), Wolf 🐺 pack (Mocny and Felka the dogs) and Myself went hunting for signs of Autumn. One thing commonly seen in Autumn is mushrooms 🍄.
We looked at all the mushrooms we saw following the woodland trail. We discussed how they came in different shapes, sizes and colours, how some are down low on the ground and some up high in the trees. We regularly came back to the importance of looking with our eyes 👀 and not our fingers 🖐 because some mushrooms can give us very poorly tummy’s. We enjoyed playing spot the mushrooms as some are very tricky to find.

Did you know????
🍄 Mushrooms are the fruit of the fungi? They actually have a complicated network of root like structure underground, this structure allows the Fungi to find water and nutrient sources and even allows other plants to communicate with each other though this network.
🍄 some mushrooms can glow in the dark! Bioluminescent (glowing) mushrooms use a compounds called Luciferins to omit light and attract insects to them to to spread their spores (a seed like structure)
🍄 lightening storms aid in the growth of mushrooms and make their presence more plentiful. This was first noted in Japan by mushroom farmers.


Here are some of the mushrooms we spotted today, we even found one that acted like a water bowl for insects. Thankfully Wolf Pack 🐺 know not to drink that water 😊

28/09/2022

Happy 1/2 birthday to our littlest Bear 🐻 for yesterday 🎉

28/09/2022

Yesterday Bear group 🐻 and myself went on an adventure to the local library for Rhyme Time. While we where there we registered with Hampshire Libraries so we could bring a couple of books home to share together.

25/07/2022

Exciting news!
We have a space available for September start. OFSTED graded GOOD, home from home setting. With lots to explore inside learning through play, creative activities, and learning about our sorts (cats,dogs and fish) to exploring the outside world with nature walks, trips to the park and taking the diggers and dinosaurs out in an adventure! There’s never a quiet moment here (except when we sleep). Why not drop me a message to find out more.

26/05/2022

It official Louise Osinska - Childcare is on the move to Aldershot. It has been an absolute pleasure looking after members of Bear Group 🐻 and Tiger Group 🐯 here in Tidworth over the last 4 years. It will be exciting exploring a new area and seeing what adventures await us there!

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 25/03/2022

Bears 🐻 and Tigers 🐯 have been busy making some special crafts to show their mummies how much they are loved ready for Sunday.
Have a lovely Mother’s Day with your little treasures 💕

18/01/2022

Updated Safeguarding course

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 10/12/2021

How cool are our hedgehogs?? Made by Bear Group 🐻

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 10/12/2021

Defiantly a fun mission.
Lots of nap time beavering and evening painting, but Bear Group 🐻 love decorating the tree with the tinsel and the baubles they have made.

It’s defiantly beginning to feel alot like Christmas !

11/11/2021

On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, we will remember them.

Well done Bears 🐻 for taking part in today’s 2 minute silence 💗

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 14/10/2021

Oh what fun!!
Today we started making our hedgehogs 🦔
Bear group loved collecting little sticks and helping to break them up. We then shaped our yellow salt dough, and had great fun sticking in the sticks like the little spikes.

We are now going to let our hedgehogs air dry for a few days, before we give them some paint.

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 09/10/2021

Wiltshire councils have requested the highlight of the dangers surrounding small magnets used in children’s toys and play jewellery. While in most cases these are well within the recommended strengths and are safe if accidentally ingested. However, some have been found to be up to 10 times the strength allowed for children’s toys. Also innocent looking items in the home such as fridge magnets or desk accessories can be obtained by children. It’s important to be vigilant with magnets as they can bind together in the digestive tract and cause damage like cell death.
It’s important to check children’s magnetic toys regularly and if damaged discard of them. Speak to children about the dangers of putting magnets in their mouths.
If you suspect your child has swollowed a magnet it’s important to seek medical advice immediately buy calling 999 or your local A&E.

The following guidance as been provided to further inform parents of the dangers of magnets and what to do if you suspect the ingestion of a magnet.

01/10/2021

Nothing better than a fun messy morning.
On the way back from school we went foraging for Autumnal items to paint with. The Little Bears 🐻 had so much fun dunking and feeling the different textures and sizes in the paint, and dabbing it on their paper making tracks and marks. Can’t wait for them to dry so they can go on the wall 🙌🏻🙌🏻 good job guys !

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 30/09/2021

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post

30/09/2021
Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 29/09/2021

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 29/09/2021

Our past displays in our seasonal corner

24/09/2021

Exciting opportunity for parents of children ages 0-5!
Oral health is very important, and with so many parents finding it hard to register at a dentist as the NHS system tries to catch up post covid why not attend this online session on oral health in children for free!
Good oral health routines are an essential tool to little ones to get them in to good habits of keeping their precious little teeth clean and healthy.
Call now to book your space on the 29th September.

20/09/2021

And just like that it’s the end of summer. We’ve had so much fun enjoying the lovely weather we haven’t painted as many pictures.
Over the summer season we made the most of the weather enjoying days at the park, walks in the woods, and when it was very hot we played in the paddling pools and with the sprinkler. Such smiley faces all round.

I wonder what awesome adventures will come our way over Autumn?
Autumn is a big season this year at our setting. My eldest son (Steven) starts secondary school, and my middle son (Theodore) starts infant school, leaving me with just my youngest (Edward) at home.

Autumn is deffinatly the season of change this year 💕🍁🍂🍃

31/08/2021

A few less crafts with our summer wall as we enjoyed the wonderful weather as much as we could.
Here is our final summer display ready for Autumn to begin tomorrow.

The “I ♥️ Daddy” poster was used for our father day cards.
They children have enjoyed using some chalks too, but most our chalking was done on my patio and garage 😁

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 13/05/2021

Our Spring display is looking so bright and colourful! A nice change to the weather outside! So many pretty flowers and animals we find in spring. The children have really enjoyed exploring their daily changing environment on our walks and investigating different craft materials as they use what they have seen as inspiration to their art.

So excited to be starting our Summer display after half term and send all this wonderful art work home 💕

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 11/05/2021

Last week we were looking at butterfly’s as they flew around.
We made some paper butterfly’s that we stuck to toilet roll tubes, when they were dry we could waft them up and down so the butterflies “flew”.

After looking at how their wings flew we looked at the patters on the wings and noticed they were very similar on both sides, they were mirror images.
We used paint and folded paper to re create this and created some beautiful master pieces!

11/05/2021

We’ve had a fantastic day today playing with a box. It wasn’t a small box either.
The children used their imaginations to work out what we could use the box for. We have used it as a bridge, a bench, a den, a teepee tent, and everyone’s favourite a slide!
We took turns going in, on and under the box in its various forms.
Everyone had great fun colouring the teepee tent in too.
Best part is it isn’t quite demolished yet so we can do it all again tomorrow !!

30/04/2021

Today we have been recreating the blossom and new leaves we have been seeing on our outings by painting with pom-poms. The children loved dabbing the colours and working well on their hand eye coordination and fine motor skills. They enjoyed taking turns with the colours producing individual works of art, then working together to create one big branch with green leaves and both pink and yellow blossom.

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 01/04/2021

What a fun couple of weeks of crafts we have done.
We made cress heads from old egg shells and drew faces on them, I can’t wait to see these grow their hair!!
We used our hands and thumbs to make some lovely cards for our parents with little chicks and a mummy hen on.
We used stamps and our hands to paint egg shapes then attached them together (with a little help and lots of glue). After they dried we decorated them with pom-poms stickers and our names.
We then made nests from fuzzy pipe cleaners and used beads to decorate, the children loved choosing the colours, helping to thread the beads on the nests and helped weave the baskets into shape, we then sats little chick in each basket.
Our last activity today was painting boiled eggs. The children loved rolling the eggs in the paint on the tray and smearing it on with their hands and fingers. After the eggs were finnished we made prints of the pattern that was left in the tray with paper.

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 19/03/2021

We had so much fun making some lovely “hand picked” flowers for our mummies for Mother’s Day.

We hope all our mummies enjoyed their cards as much as we enjoyed getting messy making them.

19/03/2021

You may be wondering about our winter display, sadly though I won’t be sharing this one. But there’s a reason why. With winter we didn’t do as many crafts as it was prime puddle season. With this we took lots of photos while we had fun splashing and running through puddles, crunching through frost, ice and even snow.
We did make snowmen and snow balls with cotton wool and practiced out cutting skills making snow flakes but our display was predominantly photo’d of the children in my care. Because if this I will not share it here as my page is public and I therefor won’t share the names or faces of the children in my care.

The children however have thoroughly enjoyed spotting their photos and talking in great depth about all the outings we had, a hot topic was the puddles we found that were both big and even came up to one little ones waist!!

I hope you understand why I have chosen not to share our winter display.

19/03/2021

Our spring display is starting to take some shape now. All members of Bear group have been busy learning about different colours this season, we’ve had lots of fun making different shades of brown using different colours, and made our tree shell iron that is going to form a rather solid part of our displays.

We’ve been watching all the spring flowers arrive on our walks visiting patches with anticipation to see which flowers have opened. There are so many lovely flowers this season with many more to discover.

We haven’t only been looking down at the spring bulbs though, we e also been watching closely in the trees and hedges. Watching the little buds start to appear and grow every time we pass, waiting with anticipation to see if they will be leaves or blossom.

As we see and discover new things we’ve been talking about and then recreating our own interpretations of what we see.

Our display will continue to grow through the season as we discover more and make more art work based of what we have seen and learnt.

Photos from Louise Osinska - Childcare's post 07/01/2021

Who could ask for any better scenery for a morning walk?
🥶🧣🧤😍

18/12/2020

Today we had lots of fun making magical reindeer food ready for Christmas Eve.

Santa sent us 3 very special ingredients:
🎄Magical seeds, that are packed full of energy and goodness for the reindeer to help them fly;
🎄Enchanted oats; to enable Santa fit through the keyhole of the door (non of us had chimneys) so he can deliver their present;
🎄And lastly carrot chips (lentils) as they are a reindeers favourite treat.

Everyone loved playing with the ingredients and helping to mix, scoop and transport the finished batch to their bags. They loved hearing about each ingredient as we added it and why each one was so special and important.

Well done Bear Group 🐻 I’m sure the food will go down a treat ❤️❤️

18/12/2020

Our completed Christmas display. Lots of lovely picture went into this.

10/12/2020

Yesterday we went on an adventure around the local houses looking for Christmas lights. There were so many beautiful lights!
Bears and Tigers were very good at looking with out eyes and not our fingers, using our listening ears and putting in to practice our road safety skills.
Well done Bears and Tigers! I hope you enjoyed the lights 🎄

27/11/2020

It’s starting to feel really wintery with Jack Frost’s latest visit. Defiantly time to start the Christmas display 😬

11/11/2020

Our poppies

11/11/2020

Well done Bears 🐻 for taking part so well in the 2 minute silence today. We will remember them ❤️

05/11/2020

On Tuesday Bear group 🐻 demonstrated wonderful sharing skills and taking it in turns with the marble run. They helped with putting it together and had hours of fun sending the marbles on a journey to the bottom. Wonderful fine motor skills used to pick up the marbles and place them at their desired starting point!

05/11/2020

Lots of beautiful firework pictures that were painted today for bonfire night.
Bear group 🐻 demonstrated wonderful sharing skills with the paint pots and paper. They had great fun mixing colours to get a streaking effect on the brush strokes too. They enjoyed practicing different brush strokes to obtain different effects.
The 2 larger pictures were joint effort where we practiced sharing and working together to achieve a goal.
The most loved part was sprinkling on different coloured glitter all over to give that extra sparkle after!
Well done bear group!!

02/10/2020

Today Bear 🐻 Group practiced their threading, twisting and pulling skills as we made conker-pillars. What a wonderful use of conkers and a different look for those spider repellers 😁

10/09/2020

Bear Group 🐻 have been super busy collecting leaves to build our display. I think we still need a few more as the season progresses.

Nothing like a good treasure hunt searching for a certain colour each day ❤️ 🍁 🍂

08/09/2020

The displays are starting to come together now. Lots of space to be filled as we learn about the changes that happen during this season 🍂

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