My Amazing Year - Portfolio Learning Journal for Children

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This is a great portfolio journal for children for the year. It is based on the EYLF and represents their progress throughout the year while addressing the learning outcomes.

EYLF Learning Outcome 1. Identity

  • I WOULD DESCRIBE MYSELF AS:
  • SOME OF MY FRIENDS ARE:
  • THINGS I CAN DO BY MYSELF:
  • THIS IS ME
  • MY FAMILY
  • MY FIRST DAY
  • HOME CORNER
  • THINGS I LIKE DOING THAT HELP FORM MY IDENTITY
  • FREE PAGES

EYLF Learning Outcome 2. Connected

  • I LEARNED ABOUT:
  • MY FAVOURITE ANIMALS ARE:
  • I SHARE MY THINGS WITH:
  • GROUP TIME
  • OUTSIDE PLAY
  • RECYCLING AND RE-USING 
  • FREE PAGES

EYLF Learning Outcome 3. Wellbeing

  • DOING THIS MAKES ME FEEL GOOD:
  • I CAN DO THIS BY MYSELF:
  • THESE ARE SOME OF MY FAVOURITE FOODS:
  • MEAL TIME
  • QUIET TIME
  • EXERCISING
  • ART AND CRAFT 
  • FREE PAGES

EYLF Learning Outcome 4. Involved Learners

  • I FOUND OUT THAT:
  • MY FAVOURITE TOY IS:
  • PUZZLE TIME
  • ART TIME
  • COOKING
  • FREE PAGES

EYLF Learning Outcome 5. Effective Communicators

  • THIS IS MY NAME:
  • THIS IS MY AGE:
  • MY FAVOURITE BOOK IS:
  • FRIENDS
  • FREE PAGES 

 40 pages total plus cover, spiral bound for easy opening

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

This Portfolio and Learning Journal is designed to document your child’s journey throughout the year, referencing the EYLF.

What is this EYLF about?

Belonging is the basis for living a fulfilling life. Children feel they belong because of the relationships they have with their family, community, culture and place.

Being is about living here and now. Childhood is a special time in life and children need time to just ‘be’—time to play, try new things and have fun.

Becoming is about the learning and development that young children experience. Children start to form their sense of identity from an early age, which shapes the type of adult they will become.

Play is learning

Play is very important for children.

Through play babies and young children explore and learn to understand the world around them as they come to communicate, discover, imagine and create.

When children play they are showing what they have learned and what they are trying to understand. This is why play is one of the foundations of the Early Years Learning Framework.

By using this Framework educators will guide your child’s play by carefully designing learning activities and stimulating indoor and outdoor learning environments.

Relationships are key

It is well known that children learn best when they have secure relationships with caring adults. When children from a very early age develop trusting relationships they feel more confident and able to explore and learn.

In early childhood settings, when children feel emotionally secure they learn through play to develop the skills and understandings they need to interact positively with others and gradually learn to take responsibility.

How will it work?

Educators will use this new Framework in a range of early childhood settings, including long day care, preschools and family day care to ensure that your child receives a high quality experience. It has been created and trialled by experienced early childhood educators, academics, parents and carers.

The Framework focuses on your child’s learning. Educators will work with you in order to get to know your child well. They will create a learning program that builds on your child’s interests and abilities, and keep you in touch with your child’s progress.

Watching your child’s progress

Using the Early Years Learning Framework educators will observe your child’s learning so they can build on it and plan the next steps. They will do this by listening, watching and talking to your child.

They will keep in touch with you regularly to discuss your child’s progress. This Journal documents photos and examples of your child’s work to show what your child is learning, how they are developing and what particular learning interests them.

Working together

By working together, parents and educators can enhance a child’s learning and wellbeing.

As the most important person in your child’s life you can make a difference by talking regularly with your child’s early childhood educator and asking about their learning.

Information you provide allows educators to link your child’s experiences at home with the time they spend together in the early childhood setting

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