Creativity and play have many things in common, and children show us their innate creativity regularly in their play. Like play, creativity has no single definition, as it is rich, complex and varied. Also like play, creativity is deeply satisfying to those who engage in it.
The book aims to show how encouraging creativity can lead to rich play-based experiences that meet the outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework (DEEWR, 2009). It encourages early childhood educators to tap into their own creativity as they plan creative opportunities for children.
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About the Research in Practice Series:
The Research in Practice Series is published four times each year by Early Childhood Australia.
The Research in Practice Series is a practical, easy-to-read resource, offering effective new approaches for those challenging issues which arise in the care and education of young children. Each issue explores current and emerging research on a specialised topic within early childhood education and care and translates it into practical case studies, ideas and strategies for modern pedagogical practices.
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