Scott Noyes presents

Supporting Children's Play

This Full Day Workshop will be Outside under a large tent

Supporting Children's Play

Through understanding the function of play, adults can define their role in children's most natural learning style. By asking ourselves difficult questions, we can start to comprehend how our involvement helps or hinders children's discovery of their world. During close, informed, and continuing observations of spontaneous play, adults can learn about each child's personality, learning style, and preferred mode of learning. This is the groundwork for developing powerful curriculum. Grasping the importance of play sets the wheels in motion for adults to become planners, assessors, communicators, scribes, players, mediators, and stage managers. Filled with stories, this workshop helps all adults understand the significance of their role while children are engaged in the multifaceted exercise we call "play."


Tuesday June 20th, 2017 9:30am - 4:00pm
Live & Learn Early Learning Center

114 Mast Rd Lee NH

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Jeanine Fitzgerald presents


Tuesdays May 23 and Wednesday May 31, 2017                     5:30-8:00 pm

NOTE: ******original flyer said 2 Tuesdays but it is a Tuesday & a Wednesday

Mast Way Elementary School
23 Mast Rd Lee NH 03861

This training will be at the Mast Way Elementary School


Gaining self-regulation is a long, gradual process that depends on children internalizing the expectations of society. Without these skills, children may challenge authority, display explosiveness that harms others or destroy property, or remain incapable of delaying gratification, following through on instructions or effectively resolving conflicts. Anyone working with children today has experienced the results of not supporting the development of self-regulation. Now, it is time to discover the solutions.
This is approved as a five hour course and successful completion of the requirements earns .5 CEU.


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Teambuilding handouts

candy bar personality test

Essex AEYC Fizz Pop Whee handouts


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Family Resource Connection


University of Maine Tipsheets for Early Childhood


ELNH Conference Resources October 2011

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Boston AEYC Conference December 2012

Great Dance CD Sources [Click Here]

Candy Bar Personality Test [Click Here]

NAEYC National Conference November 2016

Teambuilding PowerPoint 2016 Los Angeles [Click Here]

Teambuilding packet [Click Here]

Teacher Resource List [Click Here]

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A Sense of Place Conference

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Keep The Sense of Wonder-Exploring a Sense of Place with Young Children
by Johanna Booth-Miner
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Sense of Place Video---Small size 9.29 MB
Sense of Place Video---Lage Size 24.5 MB

Nurturing Children's Biophilia: Developmentally Apporiate Environmental Education For Young Children
by Randy White & Vicki L. Stoecklin
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Community Action Guide
Building The Children & Nature Movement From The Ground Up

Prepared by Civic Results
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Nurturing Environmental Awareness in Children
by Kim Hyers
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The Power of Nature to Help Children Heal
by Vicki Bohling-Philippi
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Sharing Nature with Children
By Karen Stephens
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Support Resilience by Connection Children with Nature
By Karen Stephens
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Young Children's Relationship with Nature:
Its Importance to Children's Development & the Earth's Future

By Randy White
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Debriefing Article - Reprint permission from Mike Gass
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Debriefing Techniques
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