When Your'e Going To The Moon Learning Time

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Learning Time




When You’re Going to the Moon By Sasha Beekman and Vivienne To

There’s a lot to do when you’re planning a trip to the moon. There are essential supplies you simply must take. You need snacks. You need toys. Blankets, dancing shoes, your pet iguana!
When You’re Going to the Moon is a fun and fabulous picture book about imagination, creativity and the magic of believing. It’s a heartfelt story about dreaming your biggest dream and taking it to the stars.

Key Message for Parents | The Best Learning Happens in Nurturing Environments

You can support parents’ understanding of how the relationship they have with their child can shape brain circuits, laying the foundation for later developmental outcomes, from academic performance to mental health and interpersonal skills. Some ideas to share with parents are:
• Healthy brain development is a result of consistent, caring relationships in stable, nurturing environments.
• Through a widening network of secure relationships, children develop confidence and feel respected and valued.
• Learning outcomes are most likely to be achieved when early childhood educators work in partnership with families.

Australian Early Years Learning Framework | Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world

As educators, we can help young children connect and participate with others by:
• providing play activities which foster curiosity and engagement
• communicating freely and respectively with families
• engaging in shared decision making and trusting the relationships that are built together
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