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The EYLF and NQS without Tears

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

This book provides summarised versions of the EYLF and NQS, allowing the reader to focus on the main features without having to read through the complete EYLF and NQS documents. Readers are provided with proformas to use as a starting point for putting the Frameworks into practice and then shown different ideas for program planning. Includes practical guides on how the EYLF is represented in a variety of learning experiences, plus posters yhat you can display to help parents see the learning that is occurring for their child

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RRP $39.95

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Understanding Behaviour in the Early Years
A Practical Guide to Supporting each Child's Behaviour in the Early Years Setting

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

The word 'behaviour' is often taken to only refer to inappropriate behaviour. However, by opening out our thinking and recognising behaviour as a means of communication we are much more likely to be able to support children’s development more effectively.

This book offers essential guidance on:

  • promoting positive behaviour in the early years
  • recognising the complexities of understanding behaviour and the impact it has on children’s social development
  • creating positive partnerships with parents to develop a shared confidence in interpreting children’s behaviour
  • enabling children’s learning about their own and others’ thinking in the context of their social connections
  • practical suggestions for building on existing effective practice and creating an environment that supports children’s emotional wellbeing

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RRP $36.95

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When I Grow Up
Ginnie & Pinney A story about SELF IDENTITY

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

Miranda Panda is being very bossy telling everyone what dress-ups to wear to the party. So when Miranda gives Ginnie a firefighter's costume, Ginnie is unhappy. She doesn't feel brave enough to be a firefighter. But when a fire truck arrives and Ginnie is asked for help, things change for everyone including Miranda.

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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