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Water play is a sensory experience that can include all children. This however can be dangerous for some ages so we have to break the activity into age groups. Younger children will have low levels of water outdoors that will be supervised. This teaches the children on how water feels- the children can also splash the water with the other children. The older children can go to bigger areas such as excursions to ponds or picking up rocks out of the water. This will also be supervised.

This elevated sandbox is ADA Accessible for a great universal play piece in your playground, can also be used as a garden planter. Natural science and exploration are a key content area for early childhood education. Incorporate elements such as maps, telescopes, and science learning into the play environment to bring learning outdoors. 17' 6" x17' 6"

Cultural awareness Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures in Early Childhood Programs, ECA Voice newsletter—Vol. 15 No. 4, 2013, p. 7. One of the guiding principles of the National Quality Framework is that ‘Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are valued’. We asked Aboriginal early childhood teacher Adam Duncan, from the Wiradjuri Preschool and …