It’s not just the kids that love our toys – their teachers are big fans too. Here’s a sample of their feedback.
“Today the conveyor belt we ordered from “Kidantics” arrived in a big box on a huge truck. The children were eagerly anticipating what might come from the box and when it was opened said it was an escalator . Very Close! We had a team lift to the sand pit where the fun began. What happened next was an amazing lot of teamwork. There was an amount of discovery. There was turn taking to negotiate, there were ideas to try- to re-try to modify and there was laughter.
The children showed curiosity, perseverance, responsibility, persistence, innovation, experimentation, tolerance, communication, problem solving, – hard to believe that one piece of equipment could engage a large group of children all morning. And the fun went on today, some of the children had thought about their experiences from yesterday, had talked to family members and had come in with new ideas, questions and thoughts.
This conveyor belt has been worth every cent!”
– Liz. Kindergarten Head Teacher
“We love your products. Our teachers keep asking for more. Please keep up the great work (or should that be fun!)”
– Kaye, Wise Owl Early Learning Centre
“Conveyor belt is most popular piece of equipment in the kindergarten! So good it’s not painted.”
– Bronwyn, Botany Downs Kindergarten
To all at Kidantics … A big thank you for the hollow blocks and movable storage self we bought recently. The workmanship and finish of all the resources is of a very high standard.The blocks are so versatile and children use them in all sorts of ways – great for lateral thinking. The blocks with coloured bits in the middle are used like goggles to view the world a different way.”
We have very happy children challenging their brains and bodies with the wonderful resources you create. Keep those ideas coming!
Yours sincerely, Pat, Belmont kindergarten
ps. The Tryangle is also a favourite of the children. Best wishes, Pat
“Hi Andrew, when we received our wall water station it was autumn and we thought it might be a bit cool to have lots of water flowing so set up the station inside and used ping pong balls with it. We had to rename it ‘the roller station’ as water is not used with it. Because it has remained a popular activity it never got out ide when summer arrived but we will be looking at getting a grant to purchase the new triangular folding station.”
Cheers, Margaret. Mungavin Kindergarten
Blessings on you, Denise