When we create invitations to play, we're setting the 'scene', we present open-ended resources for children to discover, explore, manipulate and investigate, we allow them to be the director of their own play experiences. Creating these invitations to play is neither an expensive or difficult task and with some planning can easily be adapted for … Continue reading Creating Invitations to Play
Families and children stand to benefit the most from a partnership like this, gaining access to much needed support, education and services within their community. So how can we successfully connect these three in order to create a learning environment that is conducive to the individual needs of each child whilst supporting the family unit. … Continue reading Connecting the Community, Family and School
For some the transition to daycare is never an easy one, it can be tough on everyone, both the parents and child. Everyone might be experiencing just a bit of seperation anxiety right about now. Work together with the staff at your child's centre to create a plan that works best for you and your … Continue reading Making The Transition To Daycare
During the summer months I love to freshen things up around the house and that sometimes means a coat of fresh paint! When you're all done choosing colours don't throw out the paint chips, upcycle them! You can teach anything from math to literacy skills and the arts. Need more paint chips? It's easy to … Continue reading Upcycling Paint Chips
While it is passion that led me to become an early childhood educator, it is also drive to innovate and educate that led me here today. Over the years I have seen this role grow and take shape, with the implementation of FDK we have more options available to us when it comes to career … Continue reading What’s My Role?