A Child Care Centre In Adelaide That Nurtures Your Child’s Inquisitiveness.
Our Toddler Room environment, is created to reflect the children it hosts. While this age group is still exploring their world daily, they are also beginning to make an impact on that world. Our Toddler Room is an area that offers elementary actuation, and expressive and socialising opportunities.
At this stage of development, children have a vague comprehension of what and who. The educators of our early learning centre in Adelaide, encourage their children to expand those ideas outward to their communities. In the Toddler Room, our children begin to learn that they are capable of early, simple self-governance. We encourage a range of self-help skills like serving their own meals, dressing and undressing, and toileting.
Early Learning Centres In Adelaide Where Ideas Matter.
When compared to other child care centres in Adelaide, we are at the forefront of child empowerment. We encourage vocal initiations and ideas that can be shared forward. Ideas that will impact not only the child offering the suggestion, but also others who may enjoy in the sharing of that idea. Here is where we begin to see more obvious examples of child directed learning and exploration. These examples are given form through artistic explanations, photographic journals and curriculum input.
The presentation of children’s ideas and learning is a proud strength at Where We Grow, and one that stands out against other child care centres in Adelaide.
An Adelaide Early Learning Centre That Practices Positive Role Modelling
Like all child care centres in Adelaide, Where We Grow understands the important role that is played by educators as role models to young children. Our educators recognise their responsibility to demonstrate to out children those need to demonstrate to our children those behaviours that we, and the wider community, expect.
When adults model positive behaviours to children, they are priming them to develop the attitudes, actions and language that are valued by those around them.
How does Role Modelling work at our early learning centre in Adelaide?
Role Modelling shows children appropriate ways to behave and positive dispositions to learning. By ‘thinking aloud’, our educators model their thinking skills to support children’s metacognitive development.
Our Toddler team believes highly in the value of positive role modelling for the children within their room. We believe that the young children who graduate from the Toddler Room of our Adelaide ELC, do so with the foundations of becoming a confident, positive member of their own community.