Mirrors for Babies

Mirrors for Babies

Mirrors are a great way to help babies explore. They may even reach out to touch the “baby” in the mirror. Eventually, they will learn they are seeing their own face and start to recognize their reflection. While looking in the mirror with your baby, you can use this chance to help develop their vocabulary!
Kelly Huntley - Nov 11, 2019
Mirrors for Face painters

Mirrors for Face painters

Face Painters mirror light weight shatterproof acrylic with safety round corners.  This is a great addition to you kit as it is completely safe to use around children.
Kelly Huntley - Nov 06, 2017
Recycling Stations PDF Education Supplies

Recycling Stations PDF Education Supplies

Caring for the environment is an important aspect of everyday life. Everyone has to do their part to try to make this world a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable place. Recycling is an important aspect to achieve this. The younger the students are when they are introduced to the concept of recycling, the more likely it is that they will continue to do so when they grow up. By introducing recycling bins to your childcare /school environment, students will have to think about their waste management multiple times a day. It will make them realise that they can make good and bad environmental choices and decisions. Students identify items to recycle and which ones they can not be recycle.   Recycling bins can be part of a lesson plan by letting the students put their waste in the correct bin. Use the compost created by the students to help the...
Kelly Huntley - Aug 21, 2017
Team Work Poster

Team Work Poster

Great laminated poster to display in the staff room Element 4 Educators, co-ordinators and staff members work collaboratively and affirm, challenge, support and learn from each other to further develop their skills and to improve practice and relationships. Resource from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Oct 19, 2016
Bonds between educator's and children

Bonds between educator's and children

Home is definitely the first school for children and without doubt the most important it is very closely followed by the bond and trust that children build with their educators a child’s “secondary attachment figure” It is important that parents and educators work together for the best outcome for a child. PDF Education Supplies have made this laminated poster to display to let parents who make not think it is not appropriate for them to “tread on educators toes” know that you really do want them to be involved Laminated poster from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #bonds #childcare 
Kelly Huntley - Oct 07, 2016
SENSORY GARDEN

SENSORY GARDEN

A sensory garden stimulating the senses. This stimulation occurs courtesy of plants and the use of materials that engage one’s senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, and sound. These types of gardens are popular with and beneficial to both children and adults, especially those who have sensory processing issues, including autism and other disabilities. When planning a sensory garden, it is important to feature elements that appeal to all five senses. For visual stimulation, or sight, colour is an important consideration.  Touch Chose plants that are durable enough to withstand frequent brushing or handling. Look for textures in soft flowers, fuzzy leaves, springy moss, rough bark, succulent leaves, prickly seed pods. Enjoy the textures of sage, rosemary, thyme, tarragon, both types of parsley, mint. Accessories can include rocks and sculptures in a variety of shapes, sizes and textures. Use sculpted handrails for safety and added textures. Smell Rosemary, sage, tarragon,...
Kelly Huntley - Oct 05, 2016
Crossing safety

Crossing safety

Centre car park – ensure family members are aware of pedestrian safety rules such as holding their child’s hand and alighting children from the safety door. Encourage families to always supervise their children in the car park to prevent accidents and injuries which could occur as a result of reversing vehicles There a a wide range of car park safety weatherproof signs available at www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #safety #crossing
Kelly Huntley - Sep 29, 2016
Sanitising for safety

Sanitising for safety

What is sanitising? Sanitising is killing harmful microorganisms that can be on a surface even if it looks clean.  When to sanitise - Before and after preparing food, always clean and sanitise: • Countertops. • Sinks. • Highchair trays. • Tables used for eating. • Place mats. • Bibs. And don't forget toys. Vinyl sticker from www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au #workplacehealthandsafety #sanitising #clean  
Kelly Huntley - Sep 26, 2016
Correct storage of medication

Correct storage of medication

It is vital that all medicine is stored away from children in a locked cabinet. This vinyl sticker will indicate where it is stored and also show that you have followed the correct procedures.  www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au
Kelly Huntley - Sep 20, 2016
Back Care & Lifting Sticker

Back Care & Lifting Sticker

Back Care Policy  - The centre will minimise the risk of back injury in child care staff and other staff members by applying principles of back care and correct lifting and carrying technique. To assist PDF Education Supplies have made this vinyl sticker to attach to items that require 2 people to lift. www.pdfeducationsupplies.com.au Tips for better back care: Have shelving, filing cabinets, and storage cupboards at suitable height to avoid stretching to reach them Where possible, kneel rather than bend down, to avoid neck and back problems Carry children only when necessary, in the correct way - with one arm under the child’s buttocks and your other arm supporting the child’s back. At the same time, hold the child facing you, as close to your body as possible, try to avoid carrying a child on your hip because this may strain your back Lift or move furniture using at least...
Kelly Huntley - Sep 19, 2016
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