TOPIC 6: Principles and Techniques in Planning and Implementing Learning…
TOPIC 6: Principles and Techniques in Planning and Implementing Learning Activities
A timetable which contains specific routines or activities.
HALF DAY AND FULL DAY
Provide consistency and psychological stability for children.
Children will become less anxious and be more prepared
Children become more competent & build self-regulation (emotional & behavioral).
Reflect early childhood and the program’s philosophy.
A prescribed, detailed course of actions to be followed regularly
Routines provide a script to act.
Routines help children to manage themselves
the classroom run smoothly with meaningful activities.
allow children’s predictability, stability, and security
encourage social skills, independence, and self-control.
A process of changing from one activity to another.
involve waiting time and unclear expectations if poorly planned.
With proper planning, transitions can be effective and the time can be educational.
Be prepared for the next activity
Use any waiting time wisely and effectively.
Infants birth to 12 months
Toddlers 12 to 24 months
Older toddlers 24 to 36 months
Preschool ages 3 to 4
Prekindergarten ages 4 and 5