This e-Newsletter focuses on practical ideas for learning experiences, connecting with nature and engaging with sustainability. Part B: Provisions follows on directly from Part A: Provocations and challenges educators to consider the provisions in all early childhood education and care settings and look at the practical ways to create outdoor learning environments, the way educators engage with children in these environments and to encourage children as active learners.

practical ideas for learning experiences, connecting with nature and engaging with sustainability. educators engage with children in these environments and should encourage children to be active learners.

From 'Let the children play: Nature’s answer to early learning'

From 'Let the children play: Nature’s answer to early learning' once again reminding parents of the importance of PLAY.

Adventurous play—Developing a culture of risky play

Adventurous play—Developing a culture of risky play

This is the Full Version of the Environment Makeover documentary. There is a special edition of the e-Newsletter which documents the journey and experiences that were had by Campbell Street Child Care Centre during their environment makeover in 2012. This newsletter is a companion piece to the five-part documentary Environment Makeover. NQS ideas to actions. http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/nqsplp/nqs-plp-e-newsletter-no-52-2013-an-environment-makeove/

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