Acknowledges each child's uniqueness in positive ways

Support children's efforts, assisting and encouraging as appropriate

Assist children to see that mistakes are a part of learning

Responds to children who may require additional support or attention

Encourages each child to participate in a variety of experiences

Demonstrates respect for a child's choice not to participate

Responds to children's requests for experiences spontaneously

Provides a variety of play area types to cater to different needs/interests

Encourages children's interactions throughout play

Extends children's learning through conversation and prompting

Provides a range of learning materials

Allows children to express themselves freely during experiences

Supports children to feel a sense of ownership and responsibility for equipment and materials

Areas of strength

Areas in need of improvement

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