A useful definition of a provocation in children's learning.

A useful definition of a provocation in children's learning. Would definitely change the layout but I appreciate the text the have.

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.

"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource? Tell your friends by using the social media icons and a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share This poster links theorists and theories to the four domains of child development, physical, social, emotional and cognitive. It gives you a clear understanding of the …

This poster links theorists and theories to the four domains of child development, physical, social, emotional and cognitive. It gives you a clear understanding of the theories that fit into these domains.

planning template reflection. a great way to start the practice of writing reflections and listening and learning from young learners.

a great way to start the practice of writing reflections and listening and learning from young learners.

Analysis and Evaluation Documentation Ideas for Early childhood educators - Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Analysis, Reflection and Evaluation in Early Childhood Programming

Analysis, reflection, documentation and EYLF outcomes - simple tips and strategies for early years educators.

Tips for how to write effective and interesting newsletters for parents using early childhood services - Includes free templates. Find out more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Writing effective and interesting newsletters for parents

Newsletters are a fantastic way to share your early childhood service’s activities, events and children’s learning journeys and interests.

The many benefits of 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

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