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👉 Maria - As well as being one of our amazing co-founders, Maria is our Business Developer & Project Manager. Her knowledge and experience combined with her playful soul allow her to see the bigger picture of Conscious Kids and its future. Maria is the epitome of a free spirit and can-do attitude!

👉 Rita - Our other co-founder is the wonderful Rita, Nature Educator by day and Creative Director by night! Firstly, introduced to Nature Pedagogy after her move to New Zealand in 2011, she now lives and breathes it as Nature kindy Leader in Aussie bush lands between our holiday programmes. Double the play!

👉 Liss - Although Liss is our Operations Manager, she's also our jack of all trades and could handle pretty much anything thrown at her! Her passions and experience mean that caring for others is at the core of all she does, including work. Oh and did we mention she's also an Organisation Connoisseur!

👉 Gabi - And I'm Gabi! Our Social Media/Digital Marketing/And other things in between Manager. I've gone from Teen Volunteer to Assistant to Supervisor and now in the Conscious Kids team following my interests of Graphic Design and Marketing. I'm so lucky I get to do that through a company who taught me the values and philosophies I hold closest to my heart!

Thats's us! We can't wait to see you these holidays 🤗

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We are excited to share with you the newest Conscious Kids entrepreneurial invention...

CONSCIOUS KAI – Our One Day Programme Dinning Experience! 🌱✨

What a day we all had! Last Friday, our tamariki were given time, space and freedom to engage in a creative play of their interest. A cooking team, menu elaboration, seating arrangements, decorating tables and so much more was involved in this inclusive and evolving play. The pictures say it all, enjoy!

Self-directed open-ended play helps school-aged children think creatively and lets them explore their own ideas. When children develop their imagination and creative skills through play, they can: • express feelings, thoughts, and ideas in verbal and non-verbal ways • think about problems with more than one solution • think about issues from many perspectives

Even though school-age children might be doing more structured activities and games, open-ended play should be prioritised at this age. This type of play boosts your child’s creative development and teaches her how to experiment, think, learn and solve problems.


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