Sharing Circle (Early learning)

overview

Circles strongly represent inclusion, both symbolically and spatially. In this activity, educators facilitate regular and structured ‘sharing circle’ time for children attending their early learning service. Sharing circle time could be used for a number of reasons, for example group decision making, storytelling, and collaborative projects or conversations. 

 Sharing Circle (Early learning)
Relevant Subjects
Cross-Curricula
Drama
English
Health and Physical Education
Relevant Years
Early Learning

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