We at the centre recognize that motherhood comes in all shapes and sizes and to express our gratitude to the families who devote their lives to these little citizens we created an event to include all families who take on the challenge of motherhood.Read More
As a childcare community, we can see first hand the health struggles families are faced with. With this struggle in mind, our philosophy has always been to give back to those in need. In doing so, we continuously encourage our families and educators to engage in charitable activities. This month we created an April Blood Drive Donation challenge wherein anyone who donates has the opportunity to receive a $50 credit towards their child's May tuition for every family member who donated blood in the month of April.Read More
Martinez, a level two childcare practitioner at Wee Wild One's Daycare, works in the Blossoms classroom where she enjoys working with toddlers. Her devotion to the children under her care has established a strong bond with them, long after they grow and move into the next level of their education.Read More
We believe that caring for children doesn't just take a family; it takes a village. That is why we encourage parents to implement techniques from the centre into their home. Keeping consistent routines between the centre and home can promote stability and consistency in a child’s life. We encourage families to share any tips and tricks they use at home too!
Transitions - When a child moves from a quiet activity to an intense activity, or going from one activity to the next. Transitions can sometimes be difficult, especially when a child is enjoying what they are doing at the moment. Examples of transitions and centre techniques include:Read More
This year valentine’s day offered us a big dose of love; with two of our little wild ones getting hitched!
Hugo and Bridget were engaged last week and tied the knot on this most special day.Read More
This year, we held our send annual Christmas Concert and Art Show with not only our preschoolers and after school kids, but with the children in our new toddler rooms!Read More
Tuesday August 21st was a special day around here. The skies cleared (literally) and we were able to enjoy the fresh air for the first time since the smoke settled in over the Calgary skyline.Read More
It’s summer!!! The time of year when Calgarians are able to get fresh air, enjoy warm weather, and relish in the freedom of no plans! We absolutely love summer and all the fun that these fleeting months bring.Read More
We here at Wee Wild Ones & Of the Wild Nature Preschool know how important it is to bring little ones outside and to encourage a connection with the natural world around them. Being outside can be fundamentally beneficial, it leads to one's well-being, health and overall happiness. We want to share a few ways you can get your little ones excited about the natural world too! Here are a few ideas for games to play this Summer:Read More
We are so happy to announce that our first annual Monster March was a huge success!
Each child made their own costume and proudly showed it off as they marched their way 3 km through the heart of Calgary from Prince's Island to St. Patrick's Island to raise money for the Children's Cottage Society.Read More
This Spring we will be welcoming the Day Care of Hope into our studio!
Yesterday evening, we here at Wee Wild Ones hosted an open house for all the families coming over from the Day Care of Hope. It was a pleasure to meet everyone and show off our beautiful new space! All of us here are looking forward to new staff, new children, and new families!Read More
Our preschoolers have been spending the last few weeks learning all about Chinese New Year and its traditions!
Our Willows class was very curious about the Chinese Zodiac so we spent some time looking up which zodiac animal year we were born in. Most of us were born in the year of the Dragon, Snake and Horse! To celebrate this year, the year of the Dog, we all made our own paper bag puppets! Some of our Willows even practiced writing numbers in Chinese!Read More
Our yoga teaching, outdoor enthusiast, and hockey loving Ms Lindsay is bringing Mindfully Me into the schools!
Every week students get to learn and participate in gentle stretching, yoga, mindful meditations, and self-reflection. Through these practices and activities kids are building their skills and abilities for focus, dealing with difficult life situations with healthier emotional responses, and self care.Read More
Stephanie is running our
Mindfully Me workshop
that starts January 17th 2017.
As of January 2nd we are now completely moved into our new space above the CNIB.Read More
November Community Events
At the beginning of each month we will post information and links from anything to theatre, festivals, music and movies to keep those wee wild ones entertained!