Music Poster. For more Play pins visit: http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/learning-through-play/ ≈ ≈

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn from music and musical toys! Good resource to have to tell parents the benefits of music in children at young ages!

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn from books and literacy activities!

Classroom Display - The Early Years Institute shares what children learn from books and literacy activities!

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn while playing with transportation toys!

The Early Years Institute shares multiple posters about what children learn in each center. Great for printing and posting in each center. Could also email to parents.

The Early Years Institute shares what children learn when playing with bubbles!

This poster expresses how important the simplest tasks are to learning and growth. just through blowing, chasing and shaking bubbles children learn a plethora of things important to their growth and maturity.

documentation - toddlers exploring things that spin

Deepen ordinary traditional one-dimensional experiences. What do children notice? What does this remind you of?

My quest this year was to create a more organised environment in my classroom. A space that allowed for natural expression through various forms of play as well as a space that was organised and wa…

Reggio and Documentation

My quest this year was to create a more organised environment in my classroom. A space that allowed for natural expression through various forms of play as well as a space that was organised and wa… Mais

Making Your Environment “The Third Teacher” - Early Childhood ...

Making Your Environment The Third Teacher - Early Childhood [a concept first coined by Loris Malaguzzi and practiced in Reggio Emilia schools]

Identity panels celebrate the uniqueness of each individual child through a self-portrait and a photograph,  while the placement of them together presents a visual representation of a community of learners. This is a beautiful way to recognize the strengths, successes and accomplishments of the community and of each child. ≈≈

“Children learn and develop best when they are part of a community of learners – a community in which all participants consider and contribute to one another’s well being and learning”.

Observing and Reflecting in Early Childhood Settings - Mummy Musings and Mayhem

How to write child observations, reflect and forward plan.

Strategies and guidance for early years educators and early childhood teachers in the areas of documentation, observations, forward planning and linking.

Love this idea for each child having their own display space for photos and creations, annotated with their dialogue and descriptions.

I am just in the midst of finishing my book on Early Years Display and thought I would share this lovely display idea that I came across at Ladybrook…

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