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Inspiring Play Spaces

Author(s): Susie Rosback, Natalie Coulson (click on the author's name for more titles)

We all know the value of play and how vital it is for young children’s development. This book is designed to encourage and inspire early childhood educators in all settings to create open-ended play spaces that will provide opportunities for children to investigate, explore, discover, practise, try, fail, succeed, observe, imagine, dream, pretend, share, listen and participate in everyday activities, thus allowing them to develop a sense of who they are and an understanding of the world in which they live.

The book shows a variety of ways in which different spaces can be executed and set up, and describes in detail how these experiences support educators to meet the requirements of the EYLF and the NQS, respond to children’s interests, and understand the benefits of play.

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RRP $49.95

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Intentional Teaching
Promoting Purposeful Practice in Early Childhood Settings

Author(s): Anne Houghton (click on the author's name for more titles)

This book helps educators in all settings to understand the principles of intentional teaching, and highlights how intentional teaching practices can support learning outcomes for children. The book includes shared understandings of intentional teaching through conversation and reflection with many educators. Its purpose is to portray real and meaningful stories to highlight the ways in which educators have been intentional when planning for education and care with children.

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Learning and Teaching through Play / OUT OF PRINT
Supporting the Early Years Learning Framework

Author(s): Anne Kennedy, Lennie Barblett (click on the author's name for more titles)

The Early Years Learning Framework: Learning and teaching through play focuses on The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) for Australia and explains how educators examine their understandings of play and how play-based approaches require intentional planning and teaching in order to support and extend children’s learning.

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RRP $15.95

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Movie Mayhem
Ginnie & Pinney A story about LEARNING TO SAY SORRY

Author(s): Penny Harris, Winnie Zhou (click on the author's name for more titles)

Tao Tiger is looking forward to a quiet night at home but when his friends barge in uninvited, Tao is annoyed. Frustrated by their antics, Tao unfairly yells at Ginnie. The friends are shocked. Why is Tao angry with Ginnie? How can Tao make amends and will Ginnie forgive Tao?

The Ginnie & Pinney multiplatform program is aimed for children, 3-8, to stimulate and enhance emotional intelligence, empathy and ethical decision-making. It includes an eight book set, eight animatic videos and a teacher resource.

Open-ended questions at the back of each book, created in consultation with Australian academics, aim to encourage lively discussion and ethical decision-making.

Each book is a 36 page full colour paperback.

The program is based on the Australian National Framework for Values Education and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Scan the QR Code on the back of the book and watch the story come to life in an on-screen animation!

Teaching Notes also available.

A set of fair trade character finger puppets can be purchased separately to encourage dramatic play with the story.

This book is part of a set; buy one book or the whole set for $125 in its own carrying case.

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RRP $17.95

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My Muslim Mate

Young Charlie is a true-blue young Aussie, and so is his friend Khaled. They spend time together on their scooters, as well as chatting about the things that they share, and the things that make them different. My Muslim Mate, written by exciting new author Amal Abou-Eid, is the story of how, through talking and learning about each other’s cultures, friendships can flourish and lives can work together harmoniously. The story explains aspects of Islam that are often misunderstood, and is a great resource for non-Muslim families who wish to learn more, as well as Muslim students in classrooms across Australia who can access the book to help express themselves.

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RRP $19.95

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National Quality Standard: Towards Continuous Improvement
A Practical Guide for Students and Professionals

Author(s): Bridie Raban (click on the author's name for more titles)

This practical guide for students and professionals assists early childhood educators, in whatever setting or service, to identify short, medium and long term goals for development of their services towards meeting the requirements of the National Quality Standard through the development of Quality Improvement Plans.

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RRP $39.95

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Outdoor Play
Play in the Early Years

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Sue Durant (click on the author's name for more titles)

This book is full of ideas for new and exciting outdoor play, whatever the weather. All activities are linked to the EYLF, and come with advice on planning and supporting outdoor play sessions.

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RRP $36.95

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Parents as Partners
Positive Relationships in the Early Years

Author(s): Jenny Lindon, Liz Rouse (click on the author's name for more titles)

Parents are the single most important influence on young children’s learning, so for anyone working in the early years, engaging parents in the service they supply is at the heart of their care. Collaborative Partnerships with Families and Communities is a compulsory section in the National Quality Standards, making this book a vital resource for all early years practitioners, including day care centres.

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RRP $36.95

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Partnerships - Working Together in Early Childhood Settings

Author(s): Mary Hood (click on the author's name for more titles)

Creating an environment where partnership relationships are the norm for everyone sets a tone of genuine welcome and acceptance; optimism that issues can be coped with; hope that changes can occur; and energy to apply to the work. This helpful book is a great place to start or continue this journey.

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RRP $15.95

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Pinney the Winner
Ginnie & Pinney A story about SELFLESSNESS

Author(s): Penny Harris, Winnie Zhou (click on the author's name for more titles)

It is sports day and Pinney is determined to win a chocolate medal. But when his close friend, Ginnie, has a fall, Pinney has to make a decision. Will he stop and help Ginnie or continue on to win the last race? Is winning that important? What will Pinney do and will he win a chocolate medal?

The Ginnie & Pinney multiplatform program is aimed for children, 3-8, to stimulate and enhance emotional intelligence, empathy and ethical decision-making. It includes an eight book set, eight animatic videos and a teacher resource.

Open-ended questions at the back of each book, created in consultation with Australian academics, aim to encourage lively discussion and ethical decision-making.

Each book is a 36 page full colour paperback.

The program is based on the Australian National Framework for Values Education and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.

Scan the QR Code on the back of the book and watch the story come to life in an on-screen animation!

Teaching Notes also available.

A set of fair trade character finger puppets can be purchased separately to encourage dramatic play with the story.

This book is part of a set; buy one book or the whole set for $125 in its own carrying case.

More information

RRP $17.95

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Planing for Learning in the EYLF: Colour

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Kay Margetts, Rachel Lindfield, Penny Coltman (click on the author's name for more titles)

Activities involving acolour designed to get children thinking and playing creatively while supporting their progress towards the EYLF learning outcomes.

These ideas help educators to easily shape weekly plans and involve parents in the chosen topic. Educators are encouraged to dip into the activities, choosing those that best meet the characteristics of each child and the families they are working with, and balancing these activities with those initiated by children themselves.

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RRP $24.95

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Planning for Leaning in the EYLF: Animals

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Kay Margetts, Rachel Lindfield, Christine Warwick (click on the author's name for more titles)

Activities involving animals designed to get children thinking and playing creatively while supporting their progress towards the EYLF learning outcomes.

These ideas help educators to easily shape weekly plans and involve parents in the chosen topic. Educators are encouraged to dip into the activities, choosing those that best meet the characteristics of each child and the families they are working with, and balancing these activities with those initiated by children themselves.

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RRP $24.95

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Planning for Learning in the EYLF: Growth

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Kay Margetts, Judith Harries (click on the author's name for more titles)

Activities involving growth designed to get children thinking and playing creatively while supporting their progress towards the EYLF learning outcomes.

These ideas help educators to easily shape weekly plans and involve parents in the chosen topic. Educators are encouraged to dip into the activities, choosing those that best meet the characteristics of each child and the families they are working with, and balancing these activities with those initiated by children themselves.

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RRP $24.95

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Planning for Learning in the EYLF: ICT

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Kay Margetts, Rachel Lindfield, Debra Maltas (click on the author's name for more titles)

Activities involving ICT designed to get children thinking and playing creatively while supporting their progress towards the EYLF learning outcomes.

These ideas help educators to easily shape weekly plans and involve parents in the chosen topic. Educators are encouraged to dip into the activities, choosing those that best meet the characteristics of each child and the families they are working with, and balancing these activities with those initiated by children themselves.

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RRP $24.95

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Planning for Learning in the EYLF: Shapes

Author(s): Bridie Raban, Kay Margetts, Rachel Lindfield, Penny Coltman (click on the author's name for more titles)

Activities involving shapes designed to get children thinking and playing creatively while supporting their progress towards the EYLF learning outcomes.

These ideas help educators to easily shape weekly plans and involve parents in the chosen topic. Educators are encouraged to dip into the activities, choosing those that best meet the characteristics of each child and the families they are working with, and balancing these activities with those initiated by children themselves.

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RRP $24.95

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