Play Fantasy and Learning


Play Fantasy and Learning

Learning through play is an underpinning practice within the EYLF. Play allows children  to belong and be and gives them agency to explore, make decisions and form relationships. This workshop is an opportunity to reflect on and re-discover the importance of play in children's lives. Drawing on contemporary thinking about play in early childhood, we will explore:

  • Children's learning and development during play
  • Contemporary thinking about superhero play and fantasy play
  • The educator's role in play
  • Environments to support play
  • Strategies for talking with families about play and learning

This workshop is suitable for all early childhood professionals.

VEYDLF Practice Principle - Integrated Teaching and Learning Approaches                         Completing Play Fantasy and Learning will contribute 5 hours of PD addressing 1.1.2 and 3.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.


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