the most important part of a childs life is PLAY.

Fresh Find: A New "Playzine" + A Free Printable Just for You

This is a wonderful and cute description of the importance of play in a child's life. Play is so incredibly important for a child to grow and learn. A great way for a CCLS to evaluate a patient is to observe how a child plays.

Why is play important? printable poster

Why is play important? printable poster

LEARNING STORIES--this is an interesting idea. Te Whariki New Zealand early childhood curriculum

This shows how to create a learning story as a record of what an educator has seen a child or group of children do during an activity. Great to give to whanau as evidence of a child's learning.

Home-corner poster rules for use as prompts for volunteers and students

Home-corner poster rules - Having a home center enables students to play with each other and enjoy learning so much from one another.

You Be You Learning Journey and floor books.

I like the idea of a learning journey. Shows the students and parents what was taught and learned throughout time in school

'What I Did Today' app covers the EYLF and MTOP for FDC, LDC and OSHC. Include as much or as little information as you like. Quick digital stories of daily learning to email to parents, print for displays or scrapbooks, or add to a digital portfolio. Available now for $4.49 per month which equates to 0.15c per day and comes with a 7 day FREE trial period. https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/what-i-did-today/id1030147745?mt=8&uo=8&at=11l4Z7

'What I Did Today' app covers the EYLF and MTOP for FDC, LDC and OSHC. Include as much or as little information as you like. Quick digital stories of daily learning to email to parents, print for displays or scrapbooks, or add to a digital portfolio. Available now for $4.49 per month which equates to 0.15c per day and comes with a 7 day FREE trial period. https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/what-i-did-today/id1030147745?mt=8&uo=8&at=11l4Z7

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

This is a little rudimentary but I really liked the questions. Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

Messy play

According to one study by psychologist Samuelson, allowing a child to engage in messy play, like throwing around food like porridge, jello and other messy food, allows them to gather sensory information and learn how different objects have a certain shape

Documentation

“This has gotten me thinking about my practises & authentic, meaningful documentation that is relevant to the child.

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