Nature Play in Early Childhood

Teaching Standards 1.2.2, 2.1.2, 2.3.2, 3.3.2, 6.2.2

Audience:  Early childhood educators, centre directors, managers and others working with early childhood services

A growing body of research suggests that nature play helps children develop their physical, intellectual, emotional, social and moral capacities. There are many ways to integrate nature play into your learning programs, no matter where your early childhood service is located.

In this 2 hour online course, you will explore:
* Research about how nature play helps childhood development.
* Ways to integrate nature play into your service's programs.
* Opportunities and barriers.
* How to talk to families and involve your community.
* A range of teaching resources linked to the EYLF.

Build your confidence and skills. Explore the course at your own pace, in your own time.
Learn today, teach tomorrow.

This course is 2 PD hours. Accreditation

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Kirsty  Costa
Kirsty Costa

About the instructor

Kirsty helps teachers grow in their profession. She is the Head of Professional Development at Cool Australia, inspiring hundreds of educators each year. Kirsty shares her 15+ years of teaching and training experience. In her courses, she creates a dynamic space for teachers to be creative and curious. She builds teacher confidence and makes information relevant, helpful and powerful. Kirsty also has a background in communication and talking to people about change.

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