Before planning the experience, you will need to access a slideshow called ‘ UNICEF Play around the World’ ld.pdf (if this link does not work, type the heading in a search engine to find it e.g. Google) Page 3 of 6 CHCECE001 Develop cultural competency CHCDIV001 Work with diverse people CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, V6 January 2016
Planning Experience Template Planning Experience Experience must reflect the content in ‘UNICEF Play Around the World’ slide show Name and describe the experience you will be implementing: Blowing Bubbles, making the mixture to do bubbles (soap and water) ask children to help you do it and then the educator will make the bubbles so the children can catch them. Trought this activity children are going to engage with educators and the activity by itdefl meanwhile the run after the bubbles. Introduction: (How you will introduce the experience/including a transition) I would start the experience showing children the different way of making bubbles that we can have: with soap and water when we wash our hands, mixing laundry soap with water, using a bought one, making with a wire different shapes and show them that with a bubble solution we are always going to get round bubbles. After this the idea would be to chase and run after the bubbles. Body: (The main topic of the experience you will be implementing) I chose this particularly experience because is one that always make children engage and also because has a lot of motorize development and they can learn through playing. For children playing is one of the most important thinks of their daily life because they develop the way they think and build their understanding. Like I said Bubble playing like a good way to develop the motor skills because when they are running, reaching the bubbles, jumping, clapping the two hands to clap the bubbles and doing different movements there are strengthening all the movements skills. Conclusion: (How you will conclude the experience) After the child run for a while we would stop blowing bubbles and we wave the ones that went flying and transition to other routine. Transition: The children would be all exiting and a little bit disappointing that the bubbles finish, a good idea is to sit when them so they get relax and sing some songs before they go to their next activity. Link specific EYLF outcome/s: We could link this activity to the Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity. Through this activity is evident how children play together and joins monthly to the activity, children showing interest in other children and being a part of a group, children being able to engage on and contribute to play experiences, children acknowledge their owned achievements (“look I catch it”) List the materials/resources you will be using for your experience: Wire, water, soap, bubble solution, dishwasher liquid, bubble wands.
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