This jumble world map is made of wooden material with many magnetic pieces on it. Play with the puzzle and explore every corner of the world. The back side of the puzzle is useful dry-erase board for writing and drawing. A double valued toy! Size 720 x 460 x 7 mm map is made from very sturdy wood and can be hanged on the wall or placed on the floor. The magnetic puzzle pieces are large, colourful and easy to handle. What an amazing and fun way to learn geography. The whiteboard and marker can be used to write the names of countries, continents or just for any other fun, educational games and activities. Also includes a quick guide to help children sort the animals on the map. Play is an important part of early childhood. Play encourages children to learn, develop and grow whilst they have fun. Through play, children can develop important cognitive and physical skills. This resource is suitable for children from the age of 3 years.
EYLF Learning Outcomes:
- Outcome 1 Children share aspects of their culture
- Outcome 2 Children broaden their understanding of the world
- Outcome 2 Interdependence between land people plants and animals
- Outcome 3 Children enjoy moments of solitude
- Outcome 4 Persevere and experience the satisfaction of achievement
- Outcome 4 Children express wonder and interest in their environments
- Outcome 5 Convey and construct messages with purpose and confidence
- 3 to 5 years Imitates variety of shapes in drawing, e.g. circles
- 3 to 5 years May show strong preference for same-gender playmates
Links to Theorists:
- This learning experience can be linked to Dewey’s theories. He believes that the education of young children is child-centred, active and interactive. Education should also reflect the child’s interests and backgrounds and that their social and cultural worlds are important.
- This learning experience can be linked to Piaget’s theories. He believes the child is an active learner and that the child must be given opportunities to explore, discover and experiment. These principals underpin all cognitive development.