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Linking Theorists to Domains of Development

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.

New poster EYLF

New EYLF Posters with Outcomes, Activities and Links to Theorists

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.

Piaget: children have real understanding only of that which they invent themselves.

Piaget: children have real understanding only of that which they invent themselves. As crianças têm uma compreensão real apenas aquilo que eles inventam-se.

Pin 1. This pin depicts the principles, practices and outcomes in the Belonging, Being and Becoming; Early Years Learning Framework. Each of the principles, practices and outcomes support educators in providing quality education in the early childhood sector. Educators are able to use the framework as a guide when planning and programming activities and routines for children.

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QKLG Learning Area Posters with Activities and Links to Theorists

Designed by Teachers QKLG Learning Area Posters with Activities and Links to Theorists - Designed by Teachers

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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