outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning

outdoor play, early years - lovely way to display learning - currently use this as my open ended play for the garden display board.

Outdoor learning documentation

Outdoor learning documentation - great for newsletter or hanging in hallway/classroom

Documentation strategies using the EYLF for home/family day care services . Find more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Documentation & Programming for Family Child Care

Documentation strategies for family child care & early years educators using the EYLF outcomes. Meet every step of the programming cycle easily.

"Scribbles may not make any sense to an adult. They look like a lot of lines, loops, and squiggles. But these marks are very important to a young child. They are a child's way of writing her thoughts. Drawing and scribbling are the first steps in using the skills children will need later for writing." - Mincemoyer, 2013 — Alphabet Academy South Twos http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #scribbles #importance #mincemoyer #twos

Scribbling is the beginning of writing for young children. It is an essential skill - the scribbling that is.

Observing and Reflecting in Early Childhood Settings - Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Understanding the use of Observations,Reflection and Linking in Early Childhood Settings

Reflective Teaching - Free Journal!

Daily/weekly reflections on lessons Reflective Teaching - Free Journal! A good idea to bring closure to each day so I don't think about it all evening.

So simple yet so effective

This is a great way to display family pictures! I love how it brings nature inside and connects all family trees together as one classroom family tree.

what is learned through play

What is Learned through PLAY


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