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The Finger Play Posters have words and actions of popular action songs that can be used with children during group time. These are great to display around the room. Fingerplays and action rhymes offer a multisensory approach to learning, engaging multiple senses – visual, auditory, touch and movement. They build language and speech skills, gross and fine motor skills, coordination, body awareness, rhythmic proficiency, social skills and auditory discrimination.

The Learning To Write Posters show the experiences children engage in that will benefit them in writing. The activities mentioned in the posters will support children in developing their writing. These are great to display within the learning environment. 

The Yoga Poses For Children Posters illustrate 16 different yoga poses/asanas for children to practice. Each poster demonstrates the child's yoga pose/asana, followed by the yoga pose name in English and Sanskrit. These are great to be used as a display or refer to when teaching children.

When children practise yoga it increases their confidence, builds concentration and strengthens growing bodies.  For children with behavioural issues, yoga can improve their impulses in a positive direction and provides them with an outlet as a way to manage their behaviour.

The Germs Posters are visual posters for children to understand how to keep germs to themselves. These are a great reminder for children to stay healthy.

The Types Of Weather Posters are great for children to see the different types of weather that may happen. These can be used as a display or to teach children about the weather.

The Colour Mixing Posters display the final colour when two different colours are mixed together. These are great to display in the art/painting area for children to refer to and to identify colours.

The Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Posters are a good reminder for Educators and children on what items are to be reduced, reused and recycled. These can be displayed within a recycling area set up in the service to promote a sustainable environment.

The Inquiry-Based Learning Questions Posters are a great way to get children thinking on their own terms and without any barriers. These types of questions allow the adults in a child's life to gather information in order to better guide the child. These can be used as a display to remind Educators of inquiry-based learning questions to ask children.

The How To Start A Project Posters are to be used by Educators to show the steps involved in starting a project with children. This will help guide Educators in how to start and implement a project with children.

The National Quality Area Reflection Questions Posters area is to be used as a guide for reflecting on each of the standards within each area. Use the information from these questions to recognize good practise or to change and improve what is not working well. It can also be used as part of a Self-Assessment or Quality Improvement Plan. These can be used as a display within the staff room or put into a folder to assist Educators in reflecting.

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