A collection of Naidoc Week editable templates to use in your child’s portfolio/learning stories. Insert your own photos and write and edit your text. Print off and add to your portfolios. Includes check boxes for the learning outcomes a section for you to write you story, your analysis of learning and what next. Ready to print and put in your child’s Learning Stories/Portfolios.

A collection of Naidoc Week editable templates to use in your child’s portfolio/learning stories. Insert your own photos and write and edit your text. Print off and add to your portfolios. Includes check boxes for the learning outcomes a section for you to write you story, your analysis of learning and what next. Ready to print and put in your child’s Learning Stories/Portfolios.

This is a brilliant product designed to brighten up your programming, webbing walls and child portfolios. All of the tags are JPEG files so they can be printed any size to suit wall displays or portfolio pages. THEY ARE PERFECT FOR EDUCATORS WHO USE A WEBBING TECHNIQUE TO PROGRAM. They also look beautiful accompanying learning stories, photos and artworks.

This is a brilliant product designed to brighten up your programming, webbing walls and child portfolios. All of the tags are JPEG files so they can be printed any size to suit wall displays or portfolio pages. THEY ARE PERFECT FOR EDUCATORS WHO USE A WEBBING TECHNIQUE TO PROGRAM. They also look beautiful accompanying learning stories, photos and artworks.

Helps CLS define interactions and applications of development through Child development theorists significance in providing beneficial services of FCC and therapeutic relationships

Question Dice! Students work in pairs. Each student in the pair receives a cube template. Student 1 writes: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How on each cube face. Student 2 writes: Is, Did, Can, Would, Will and Might. Students then construct their question dice. They can roll the dice separately to think of simple questions. Or, they can combine the dice to think of more complex questions. This works well with any topic, and students really enjoy and get a lot out of the process!

Question Dice! Students work in pairs. Each student in the pair receives a cube template. Student 1 writes: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How on each cube face. Student 2 writes: Is, Did, Can, Would, Will and Might. Students then construct their question dice. They can roll the dice separately to think of simple questions. Or, they can combine the dice to think of more complex questions. This works well with any topic, and students really enjoy and get a lot out of the process!

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