As a precautionary measure, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have suspended all Education programs until Term 4 (12 October 2020).
State Library forecourt
Facilitated by an experienced primary years Educator.
Learners will pop on an explorer vest and discover the treasures, stories and spaces of the State Library, developing their noticing skills and using their senses to explore. The visit concludes in the beautiful Mortlock Chamber sharing works by South Australian authors and illustrators.
Elements of this program have been co-designed with children, for children, to provide relevant learning experiences that effectively engage young learners. This program is sensory-friendly.
Teaching for Effective Learning principles strongly underpin this learning experience, which is aligned with the early years framework and the Australian Curriculum, with a particular emphasis on the learning area of:
Tools and materials are provided free of charge by the State Library of South Australia.
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