Children protection week is – 2nd – 8th September 2012. There are a number of website and local events that can be accessed.
More information can be sourced from the following links.
One of the lovely teachers at Sunshine Coast TAFE sent me this and I had to share
No need to write anything else, I think it says it all
What a great way to teach children and families the importance of minimising illness
Cute Little Poems Regarding Sick Children
I had the pleasure of visiting a centre I once worked at today
There Director Wendy is so inspiring
The moment you arrive at the front door you are aware that the centre Acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures
The Department of Health has created some fantastic resources
The Get Set 4 Life – Habits for Healthy Kids Guide provides practical information on children’s health and covers techniques and tips for teaching children healthy habits that could last a lifetime. Key areas of health and age appropriate development covered in the booklet include: healthy eating, regular exercise, speech and language, oral health and more.
I had the pleasure to work with an amazing Kindergarten teacher – Decca
Her learning stories where truly inspiring
Learning Stories (click on learning stories)
Have a look, it will change the way you document
How can you incorporate a child’s intertest into cognitive development activities?
Heres one idea.
Mrs B’s Matching Game
A child has an interest in animals, take a photo of each animal on a piece of black card – print and laminate
Just add kids
Have a great week
What are clouds made of?
Want to have all the answers !!!!
Just a quick click to Weather Wiz and Voila all the answers are at your fingertips
How do you encorporate nature into childrens learning?
This is one example of a learning space relating to nature
To engage families you can ask the children and parents to bring in something they have collected from their garden or backyard.