CMEC releases statement on play-based learning

CMEC releases statement on play-based learning
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CMEC releases statement on play-based learning

The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada, has released a statement on play-based learning. Their conclusion?

Given the evidence, CMEC believes in the intrinsic value and importance of play and its relationship to learning. Educators
should intentionally plan and create challenging, dynamic, playbased learning opportunities. Intentional teaching is the opposite of teaching by rote or continuing with traditions simply because things have always been done that way. Intentional teaching involves educators being deliberate and purposeful in creating play-based learning environments — because when children are playing, children are learning.

Read the full statement here.

Decoda Literacy Solutions’ LEAP BC™ resources offers play-based materials for parents and caregivers of children from birth to five. Each LEAP BC™ resource focuses on learning through play and supports healthy child development through physical movement, healthy eating, language development and early literacy. Explore these colourful, fun and educational resources with your children today!

The LEAP BC™ resources are also available in French, as GRANDIR CB.

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