When children play we often just think they're having fun, but research has shown that the benefits of play extend far beyond that in early childhood. Such a key resource in understanding the effects and benefits of play on early childhood development.
Grade - Pre-K - Kindergarten , Subject - For All Subject Areas - This set of 5 EYLF posters are beautiful to display on walls, in portfolios and in programs. They contain the outcomes, activities and links to relevant theorists.
New EYLF Posters with Outcomes, Activities and Links to Theorists
Play promotes social, emotional, physical and creative development. Play creates a healthy foundation for all future learning and academics. What activities do you do to promote play? What are your thoughts on the value of play?
let the children play: outdoor learning environment. When I'm playing outside, I'm learning. pop into the newsletter, put up in the cloakroom for parents to read and understand the importance of outdoor play.