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Helping children learn about the world around them and the environment helps provide a good basis for early childhood development. That’s why today we will be discussing the importance of teaching early years children about insects.
‘In the moment planning’ (ITMP) has been the buzz phrase of our sector for some time, but do we truly understand what this means and how adopting this approach to our pedagogy can benefit not only the children, but practitioners and ethos of settings alike?
For children specifically, healthy eating week is a great opportunity to encourage healthy eating, hydration, and activity. As we look forward to this celebration of nutrition, we want to share some simple and healthy recipes you can make this week to encourage your children to eat their vegetables.
Spending some time creating beautiful handmade cards for fathers and other paternal figures is a valuable activity that can bring you closer to the children’s families. Today we have a few colourful and fun ideas that will allow children to show their creativity.
Herbs are a great choice for children when teaching them about plants because they smell fragrant and can also be used in cooking and baking. When you have some store bought herbs that are on their way out it is a great idea to take a cutting and grow your own brand new plant. Not only is this a great learning experience but it also teaches the importance of sustainability and reducing food waste.
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