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"In Our Classroom" {Posters for Classroom Expectations and Community Building}

"It's Not Just Play" (from MHC Early Childhood Solutions) - this is why early childhood educators do more than just 'play'.

"It's Not Just Play" (from MHC Early Childhood Solutions) - this is why early childhood educators do more than just 'play'. <<< play is the work of children

Poster showing the benefits of playing outside! | Wilder Child

Create a piece of art that celebrates, encourages, and visualizes by making a Nature Play poster. You can get a fee nature play printable.

A Recipe for Learning - what is important to the learning of young children? - Childhood101

A Recipe for Learning: Essential Components of Early Learning

A Recipe for Learning applies equally well to people of all ages! (via A Recipe for Learning: Essential Components of Early Learning) via Marcia Conner

There are more to bubbles than oral-motor skills. This post explains what else is great about them. {See comments for how I use bubbles in speech therapy}

There are more to bubbles than oral-motor skills. This post explains what else is great about them. Teach self-control by not popping bubbles Teach relaxation breathing, just like blowing bubbles

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I'm having an aha moment. Hewitt came through our school, she recommended all teachers posting a poster outside the classroom door that identified the curriculum goals for children and adults ali

This is powerful - encourage self-esteem and independence, don't crush it.

Beka Meitler on

The adult role in children lives is very important but we also must remember we have to let them figure out and try things for themselves, to learn how to do it.

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.

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“Robust neural pathways form in busy brains as children explore and connect with the world around them through their sense – we call this play.

play - it is important for children. Children do not just play all day and learn nothing. They are learning as they play.

If your boy is always up in a tree or on the go you can see what else he is gaining by doing so.

Play to Learn Poster Series - Construction from Bookoola Ink www.bookoola.com.au

View our Healthy Habits Posters, Caring for the Environment Posters, Learning Child Posters, I Will Learn Posters, Play to Learn Posters here.

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