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24SPR41 The Power of Play in Infant Classrooms

24SPR41 The Power of Play in Infant Classrooms

Play is our brain’s favourite way of learningDiane Ackerman

This webinar will outline types of play & inform and expand your knowledge of play and it’s benefits for children. Play is key to building thriving brains, bodies and social interactions.

Research shows that play can improve children’s abilities to play, organise, get along with others and regulate emotions, as well as helping children to learn effectively and efficiently.

Both in classroom and yard play will be discussed to help to encourage play skills. There will be actionable and simple strategies, tools and resources shared that will bring playful activity into your Infant Classroom.

Birds fly, fish swim, and children playGary Landreth.

Suitable for Primary SETs & SNAs

Course Details

Course Date 14-03-2024 5:00 pm
Course End Date 14-03-2024 6:00 pm
Cut off date 14-03-2024 12:00 pm
Fee Free
Select Hours 1
Speaker Debbie Cullinane
Location Online