When we follow children’s journeys through the early years, we want to see the many different sides to their development and learning. The Early Years Learning Framework gives us some broad learning outcomes that we can use as a guide to help us piece together this fuller picture.
As an Early Childhood Teacher, you have the capacity to influence lots of young lives. Children are sponges and they take note of the behaviours of the adults that they spend time with. Being your best will not only positively influence the kids in your care, it will make you feel happier, less stressed out, and more fulfilled.
This April, the worldwide event Earth Day happens to follow right behind our Easter celebrations. As we explore the origins of Easter, with the blossoming life in Spring, it is the perfect opportunity to help children build a sense of wonder, respect and responsibility for the natural beauty of the world around them.
Children are born curious. By exploring, asking questions, and using sight, touch, smell, taste and sound children find out about themselves and the world around them. They are always learning something new.
Autumn is a fun time. There are heaps of activities that can be designed around an exciting autumn scene. While many evergreen Australian trees and bushes keep their leaves, there is still plenty of colour on display and heaps of activities that kids will love.
Bringing in the new year often comes with an element of change, and this is especially true for Kindyhub. Although the changes are subtle, Kindyhub is confident that these new features will help bridge the gap when communicating with parents as well as helping centres meet their objectives.