Branching Out
Issue 5
The ECCDC has been working hard to incorporate loose parts into our Provocation for Learning kits and source out innovative resource books to support educators with loose parts play. Let's have a look at just a few!
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Issue 4
During this time of physical distancing it seems that flower gardens are popping up everywhere! There's no better way to connect with nature and spread joy through your neighbourhood than by creating beautiful masterpieces in your front yard. We are also starting to see vegetable gardens sprout up! Being able to plant, grow, and tend to your own vegetable garden provides a sense of accomplishment as well as nutritious additions to your dinner table. Now imagine sharing that joy and accomplishment with children! Here are some resources to help support gardening with young children.
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Issue 3
Staying physically active can be challenging during this time of virtual education, working from home, and staying connected to our friends and families via social media and online meeting platforms. However, it is more important than ever for us to get outside and move our bodies. Below we will share with you some ideas to help inspire you to get moving!
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Issue 2
As we begin to see the warmer weather, children and families start to get excited about plans for camping, picnics and getting outside. During this unique time of physical distancing and the barriers and challenges that come with it, our Provocation for Learning Kits can support you in bringing some of those experiences to life for the children from the comfort of your own backyard.
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Issue 1
We may all be practicing physical distancing, but the ECCDC team is pleased to still be able to support our members and community in new and exciting ways. We invite you to have a look at the first edition of Branching Out where you can learn more about the resources and services available to support your professional growth and goals, now and in the future. Enjoy!
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