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Curious bits & bobs

The Curiosity Approach is more than just beautiful play spaces… So grab a cuppa, settle down and delve deeply inside our articles...

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Light is a loose part

Have you used light to bring awe and wonder into children’s play? A wondrous loose part.

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What is the curriculum?

Is it the paper work or is it the child?

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Do Curiosity Approach settings get messy?

We often get asked the question, are you curious to learn more ?

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Is your outdoor play space and after thought?

Do you only focus on the indoor play space, is the outdoor environment and after thought?

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Do you actively offer free flow to outdoors?

Do you actively offer free flow to outdoors, or are doors shut creating a barrier to outside play?

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Have you considered mixed age groups in your Early Childhood centre?

Have you ever thought about have mixed age groups in your setting? Find out more.

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Play Residue

The Curiosity Approach encourages educators to reframe thinking, embrace the mess and celebrate the evidence of learning and PLAY .

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When process art remains a product ?

Are you looking to step away from products, crafts and cards, but still get drawn into the trap of making products?

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What is love in Early Years ?

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Is mess an adult issue in Early childhood settings?

Look to celebrate the Play Residue

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