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“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child!” - Dr Seuss Your Presenter, Amelia Vitasovich Having worked with hey dee ho for five years, Amelia is thrilled to be the new Brighton Franchise owner! A speech and Drama tutor, Vocalist and professional silly- goose, Amelia brings a passion for education and a love for the world of story and magic to each session with an abundant warmth and enthusiasm. This week at Hey Dee Ho Fiction Factory: This term we begin to build awareness of cultural diversity and encourage positive interpretation of different places and people around the World! With our Spatial awareness activities, we continue to develop and hone our fine motor and co-ordination skills, space, level and expressive movement. This week our theme is: CHINA! hey dee ho & EYLF In accordance with the Early Years Learning Framework of Australia, our theme content this week contributes to; Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world, accessing resources that educate about the natural world hey dee ho Brighton – Amelia Vitasovich ph. 0474460123 email. firstname.lastname@example.org visit. Facebook.com/heydeehomusicbrighton heydeeho.com.au Books: Pandamonium – Dan Crisp Activities: Dragon dancing !Encouraging creative movement and working together to bring a character to life! Movement story – the Magic Paintbrush (old Chinese folk tale)