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About Play – Puzzles
During this webinar, our panel of educators will discuss how puzzle play offers children opportunities to think critically and develop awareness and hypothesis skills. They include learning to group objects by size, shape and colour, and using mathematical techniques as they flip, slide and rotate pieces to fit together.
What we will explore:
- How parents can engage in and enjoy the play experience with their child
- How puzzles offer multiple learning opportunities
- How puzzle play connects with other play experiences to help children make sense of the world around them
- How puzzles play is linked to Key Learnings Areas such as maths, literacy, science, physical development and more
Join us to hear from the panel, ask questions and share your puzzle-play experience.
For parents, family members and carers of children aged 2–6 years old. Early childhood professionals also welcome to attend.
Please note however that this series is primarily for parents.
Join us online
Wednesday 12 May; 8pm to 8.30pm AEST (Sydney Time)
Further details will be provided closer to the date to all applicants. You will need a good internet connection to attend.
Spots are limited for both parents and Early childhood professionals.
To get the best learning experience from this session, we encourage your involvement and interaction.
Participants are encouraged to attend all six play learning topics of this webinar series.
However, you are welcome to participate in only one or any specific topics.
If you wish to attend more than one webinar, please specify them in your registration. We will transfer your details to the other webinars you have chosen.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mana at firstname.lastname@example.org