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I think this will be great to have on display using pictures of our own students participating in these activities. Parents can see their child playing and understand how that particular play helps them learn.

I think this will be great to have on display using pictures of our own students participating in these activities. Parents can see their child playing and understand how that particular play helps them learn.

Sand and Water Area Posters                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Interest Area Poster with info on how specific interest area benefits children while they play. It also links the EYLF Learning Outcomes and QIAS principles.

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Creating an Environment that Teaches: New Beginnings

I get very excited in August to create a beautiful, homey and inspiring new environment for me and my new kindergartners. Each year I look a...

Grade / Year Level :: EYLF :: EYLF Outcomes :: Outcome 5 Communication :: QKLG Learning Area Posters with Activities and Links to Theorists

Grade / Year Level :: EYLF :: EYLF Outcomes :: Outcome 5 Communication :: QKLG Learning Area Posters with Activities and Links to Theorists

Interest Area - Dramatic Play - Aussie Childcare Network

This template can be used to show how a child benefits from playing in Dramatic Play. Dramatic play enables children to dress, act out and be someone...

"I want my child to have friends, not be your community service project." More than 10 resources for online and printable social stories about friendship.

Social Stories about Friendship Ah, friendship. I had a mom once say to me, 'I want my child to have a friend, not a buddy.' Exactly! I want him to be included, not to be your community service project. And he's very likable when given the chance. Some kids just need friendships and reciprocating explained