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Presented by the Centre for Multigrade Education in Wellington, South Africa.

Presented by the Centre for Multigrade Education in Wellington, South Africa.

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  • CMGE ECD Training ProgrammeWorkshops
    Read more about this programme here: http://www.cmge.co.za/projects/ECD
  • The whole group are included in this body movement activity. This is a pre-activity for storytelling about a pine tree that is not satisfied about himself.
  • Dr. AnelPepler demonstrates body movement during storytelling.
  • The Grade R teachers are listening to Elfreda le Roux who demonstrates a ground puzzle.
  • The Grade R teachers investigate different educational resources.
  • Movement and problem solving (left) or movement to music (above) while doing outdoor and indoor play can be so much fun, even for the teachers!
  • There are a lot one can do with water during water play: Blowing bubbles, measurement and movement of water.
  • The Grade R teachers are experiencing water play first hand. Here they must blow bubbles in the water.
  • Old magazines are covered in black plastic bags to be used to create a better base when the learners are drawing.
  • The Grade R teachers are making their own paper balls. A lot can be done with recycled paper and plastics. Many schools do not have enough money to buy the necessary educational resources.