Children Based Play Learning - Assessment 2

Children Based Play Learning - Question1a

The educator will make only observe the children while they will see the pictures and keep guessing of what they are and what these sea creatures are doing. An educator must always observe the children first and then she should bring an aquarium that will facilitate their learning and interest on the animal creatures. This will enhance their interest as they will know be able to see the fishes in water in front of themselves and they will see them move.

Children Based Play Learning - Question1b

Description of experience: The children are interested in sea creatures these days so they were given a task to draw and paint sea animals so that their motor skills can be refined. The observation made was that the boys give up easily on painting and drawing and stops doing it and the main purpose is to make them continue with these drawing and painting task so that their motor skills can be refined.

Transition strategy (if appropriate): The transition strategy is to make them stand in front of the aquarium or the printed pictures of the dolphins and draw the one they like the most.

Location/ timing: The location is the education room and it is the time of drawing class.

Resources to be used: Paper, pencil, color paints, aquarium and chairs

How the experience supports the children’s development: This experience will help the children in drawing their favorite sea creature that will facilitate their interest in sea creatures as the one might draw one dolphin and the other one would draw a small fish that they might feel good of. The boys will be divided into a group and there will be one more group of girls. The boys will be first made stand in front of the aquarium and would be said to draw and paint the best fish that they find to be interesting. This will enhance their motor skills.

Relationship to the EYLF: This relationship of the children with the sea creatures and with each other will lead to the child’s development and the learning that will take place as they will proceed to explore the sea creatures and would develop interest in them.

Learning goals: The learning goal was drawing and painting that will enhance motor skills.

Adult’s role: The children will be encouraged to persist with the experience by making this activity common with the sea creatures, sand creatures and others. They will be given rewards for their good performance.

Children Based Play Learning - Question1c

Child’s name

Support/ assist/ encourage

How

Lexi

Assist

By rewarding her so that she can continue with the work and making her feel positive for the work

Mason

Encourage

By getting involved with him and making him enjoy more

Tristan

Supporting

The support will help him and by supporting him in his drawing experience

Children Based Play Learning - Question1d

Description of experience: The play- based experience involves pointing the dolphins from the picture and tell wto good points about their favorite sea creature. Their comment should be like that they look good, it is blue color and so on. All the children will together make faces and walk like penguins and all have to laugh together. The children will pick the block of the same color that they will find of the sea creature.

Transition strategy (if appropriate): the transition is that the children will pick the block of the same color that they will find of the sea creature.

Location/ timing: This will be done in the classroom and during the afternoon

Resources to be used: Aquarium, playing blocks and printed pictures of the dolphins and other sea creatures

How the experience supports the children’s development: this experience will make them learn about the colors and they will pick the same colour block.

Relationship to the EYLF: That will facilitate the learning and development of the child.

Learning goals: Colours, sea creatures

Adult’s role: The children will be encouraged to persist with the experience by making this activity common with the sea creatures and other land creatures.

Children Based Play Learning - Assessment 3

Children Based Play Learning - Question1b

The indoor space of play that is the learning environment for the children will make them play hide and seek. All the objects from the middle lane will be removed for safety and this will make them learn to hide at different places and will also learn counting. Then they will use blocks to make a home and the best home will be rewarded.

The outdoor space will be a small ground where one person will have to catch someone and rest others will be running away from him. This will allow them to learn the value of time and words.

Children Based Play Learning - Question1c

  • Ground
  • Tree
  • Slippers
  • Shoes
  • Tree to hide behind
  • Bushes where the children will hide
  • Swings
  • A piece of cloth
  • Blocks
  • Water
  • Playing material
  • Playing cars
  • Bed cover to make them sit
  • Handkerchief
  • Tissues
  • Energy drink
  • First- aid
  • Sanitizer
  • Educator

Children Based Play Learning - Question1d

The children will know that they have to take blocks because the ones who will win have another game to play that is to make home using blocks. The children will know that the one who will catch other children that he requires a piece of cloth and running shoes to run and to cover the eyes. The ones that will play hide and seek will know what resources they would need to cover them with. They know that they might require first- aid kits because while running they may fall and hurt themselves. The children know that they would require water and some energy drink to keep them hydrated and they would request the educator to provide them with water and some other energy drink. This environment based play will allow the children to independently access the materials that are above mentioned and also the natural resources of their choosing. They would also require these materials as per their need and the importance of it is also known by the children.

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