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Early childhood education programs

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Learning to write is much more complicated than we think. After all, most people can write so what is so difficult about it? It's second nature to most of us, yet take some time to look at yourself when you write. What muscles are you using? Switch hands and see if you can manage writing with your other hand. This may give you some idea of the level of control required to make meaningful marks on paper. Building muscle strength and learning to control those muscles is an integral part of…

Programming and Planning Resources for Early Childhood Educators - When your Child Comes home Messy- Poster Free

A collection of educator resources to assist with program and planning in the early years. Q.I.P, Self-Assessment, Critical Reflection Journals and lots more created by an Educator with over 30 years experience. The Educators' Domain resources are aligned to EYLF, QKLG, MTOP and VEYLDF.

In this educator organisation series you can download a free mini organiser to help you plan a simple step by step system to meet paperwork and documentation requirements yet still save valuable time! See all of the tips, tools and strategies for early years educators and homeschool here!!

In this educator organisation series you can download a free mini organiser to help you create a simple step by step system to meet paperwork and documentation requirements yet still save valuable time!

Children's Scrapstore Blog: Children and Schemas - Understanding Different Play Behaviours

by Claire Sands Why does he keep taking the blocks and hiding them? Why is she always wrapping things in blankets? Why do our children do the things they do. This blog post explains schemas and why knowing about them can really help us to understand our children's behaviour and to provide play opportunities they'll engage with. You can also read our other blog posts in this series: What is Play?, The Importance of Play, Barriers to play, The Play Cycle; My Sofa: Enabling Environments, Easy…

Observing and Interpreting Children’s Language Development – Belonging.Being.Becoming. Our Future

As Early Childhood Educators would agree, observing and documenting children’s learning and development makes up a large part of the job. Too much paper work and documentation is one complain…