Early Years_Messy Play Projects

Early Years_Messy Play Projects

TRAINER
JENNIFER STEELS
Start Date
02 Jun 2020
End date
02 Jun 2020
Time From
3:30 pm
Time To
5:30 pm
Registration Open
04 Aug 2019
Registration closed
27 May 2020
Course Fee (AED)
250 (incl VAT)
TYPE
Face to Face
LOCATION
LAB_LITTLE GEMS INTERNATIONAL
Face to Face workshop conducted in English

School Phase: Early Years

Target Audience: Teaching Assistants in the Early Years (Age 2-6)

Features:
  • Face to Face training in English
  • Facilitated by experienced Early Years Practitioners
  • Conducted in an Early Years setting
When a child immerses his or her hands in a bowl full of goop, important sensory messages are being passed from the proprioceptors in the hands to neurons in the brain. During messy play, synapsis are formed and connections are made.
This session looks at the science behind messy play and the importance of every early year's classroom giving children a license to get messy! Participants will have the opportunity to explore a range of exciting and creative messy play
experiences and how these can be woven into existing projects of inquiry and themes. They will explore the adult's role in messy play and how to get young children involved in cleaning up at the end of sessions.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand brain activity in young children during messy and sensory play
  2. Know a range of messy play activities and experiences to promote development across all areas of learning
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