How to Raise a Genius. Thanks to @Christie Moffatt Moffatt Moffatt Moffatt Moffatt {MamaOT} for sharing it!

Someone shared an interesting infographic with me recently about how to raise smart kids. I wanted to post it here not because I believe there is a “formula” for turning kids into geniu…

LEARNING STORIES--this is an interesting idea. Te Whariki New Zealand early childhood curriculum

This shows how to create a learning story as a record of what an educator has seen a child or group of children do during an activity. Great to give to whanau as evidence of a child's learning.

Emergent Curriculum summary

This is my favourite curriculum, the one that I am most passionate about. Having taught this for a few years, the children are much more responsive, excited and open to new experiences.

Create a Learning Story in 10 minutes with this amazing app! User Guide: http://nigelgreensapps.com/OSHC-LSE%20User%20Guide.pdf App: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/outside-school-hours-care/id831635886?ls=1&mt=8&uo=8&at=11l4Z7&ct

Create a Learning Story in 10 minutes with this amazing app!

During a trees study, a possible question is "Who lives in trees?" Take a walk with children to look at the trees around your school and collect materials that might tell you something about who is living in and around trees. Discuss the clues with children and document their responses alongside the materials. A child might say "We found feathers" and you can display the feathers next to this clue. A display like this one gives children the opportunity to continue to revisit their learning.

During a trees study, a possible question is "Who lives in trees?" Take a walk with children to look at the trees around your school and collect.


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