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For a better reading and writing skills it is necessary to have a great knowledge of basic English grammar. You can start your learning from today at Grammar College, an online platform that supports great knowledge of English basics without any cost. English Tips, English Lessons, Gcse English, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, English Vinglish, English Resources, English Class, Writing Tips

16 Boring Words & What to Use Instead (Infographic)

Are boring words hurting your writing? Some words, when repetitively used, become boring for the reader. Consider using a synonym instead, which might help convey the meaning more vividly and accurately.

Imprints From Tricia : 6 Open Ended Questions To Ask During Play. Great ideas of open-ended questions that can give the CCLS good insight into what the child is thinking. Play Therapy, Therapy Activities, Toddler Activities, Learning Activities, Montessori Activities, Learning Centers, Speech Therapy, Inquiry Based Learning, Early Learning


Have to admit I am bad about open-ended questions, but they are so important for a child's own discovery

An infographic poster that outlines the different types of play children engage in and the learning goals associated with them. A great tool for Child Life Specialists when looking to help a child master a certain skill. Learning Tips, Learning Stories, Play Based Learning, Learning Through Play, Early Learning, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Learning Process, Preschool Plans

Learning Through Play Infographic | KB...Konnected's Kaleidoscope of Wonderful Websites!

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A child friendly poster explaining the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in child friendly language. Can use this as visual in the classroom as well as share with colleagues Rights Respecting Schools, Rights And Responsibilities, Poster S, Child Life, Early Childhood Education, Freundlich, Early Learning, Social Work, Child Development

ACT Children's Week

The Children's Week theme for 2020 is based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 15 "Children have the right to choose their own friends and Safely connect with others"

Developmental Checklist Birth Through Age 5 - Developmental milestones categorized by age, including developmental “red flags. Language Development, Child Development, Montessori, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, School Psychology, Educational Psychology, Parent Resources, Teaching Resources, Child Life

Office of Special Education Educational Partnership : Special Education : P-12 : NYSED

New York State Special Education Parent Centers

Reporting to Parents using the EYLF :: Lessons from a Teacher. Australian system possibility separate from VPK . Some interesting concepts to incorporate into basic format using now in CV Eylf Learning Outcomes, Learning Stories, Learning Centers, Early Learning, Learning Spaces, Early Education, Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, Kids Education

Reporting to Parents using the EYLF

It's nearing the end of term 3 here in Western Australia so our thoughts are turning to updating our portfolios with this term's work. Over the years we have modified our portfolio to make it less time consuming to put together and more informative for parents. We use an A3 plastic sleeve display book to put the children's work in. It has a pocket on the cover so that we can include a page there. We put a picture of the child on the cover. This helps to identify which child the portfolio…

Analysis, Reflection and Evaluation in Early Childhood Programming – Pat Cataract Analysis, Reflection and Evaluation in Early Childhood Programming Analysis and Evaluation Documentation Ideas for Early childhood educators – Mummy Musings and Mayhem Reggio Emilia, Play Based Learning, Early Learning, Learning Tools, Kids Learning, Cs Lewis, Eylf Learning Outcomes, Learning Environments, Learning Stories Examples

Analysis, Reflection and Evaluation in Early Childhood Programming. - The Empowered Educator

Australian early childhood educators are expected to develop and follow a planning cycle as well as meet EYLF (Early Years Learning Framework) outcomes to ensure that all children in care are supported to follow and extend their learning journey. There are principles, learning outcomes and different guidelines according to where we live that must be […]

‘When You Enter This Room’ Poster - Kinderbetreuung Ideen Classroom Setting, Classroom Posters, Classroom Setup, Classroom Design, Classroom Displays, Preschool Classroom, Future Classroom, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management

'When You Enter This Room' Poster

Here is a version of the 'When You Enter This Room' Poster. In the download, you get it in all of the primary colors - red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. Also included is a black poster with rainbow letters. You can print as is or print as a poster and tape together. I printed as is on ...

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 Eylf Learning Outcomes, Learning Stories, Play Based Learning, Early Learning, Early Childhood Education Programs, Early Education, Reggio Emilia, How Does Learning Happen, Emergent Curriculum

How to write child observations, reflect and forward plan.

Writing child observations, reflections and linking everything together doesn't need to be confusing or complicated. Try these simple tips for educators!

Activity planning strategies and ideas for early years educators using the EYLF outcomes. Mummy Musings and Mayhem Eylf Learning Outcomes, Learning Stories, Inquiry Based Learning, Early Education, Early Childhood Education, Reggio, Planning Cycle, Emergent Curriculum, Family Day Care

Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes – Part 1 LINKING - The Empowered Educator

Let’s have a chat about linking the EYLF outcomes and your programming cycle. Because from what I can see the often misunderstood ‘requirement’ to link EYLF outcomes to every activity using numbers or complicated codes is causing educators an awful lot of unnecessary angst at the moment! I have received some really heartfelt messages and emails lately from […]