Everyday learning in families
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Many parents worry that their child will be disadvantaged if they don’t start structured learning from an early age.
However, it is when children are surrounded by quality relationships—whether in the home or in outside care—that they have the best chance of forming a firm foundation for later life skills.
Everyday learning in families outlines how early learning experiences that are positive and supported by an interested and encouraging adult will help children gain these important skills—and more:
Author Judy Radich draws on over 20 years’ experience in child care to demonstrate how early learning is encouraged by playful interactions that build on children’s natural curiosity and eagerness to explore their surroundings.
Make the most of this critical time by supporting children to become engaged learners—ready to face the challenges the wider world has to offer!
About the author:
Judy Radich is an early childhood educator with over 20 years’ experience working with young children and their families—both in New Zealand preschools and in long day care in Australia, a position she currently holds. Recently she was responsible for implementing a four-year parenting program within the long day care setting. She is an active member of Early Childhood Australia, a past National President and currently a member of the Publications Committee. She continues to be a member of a number of national committees, advocating for young children and their families and the services they use and need. She is the parent of four adult children.
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