Upgrade Your Tinker Station

Providing opportunities that encourage fine motor development, hand eye coordination and cognitive problem solving is something care givers should keep in mind while planning learning spaces for children. As educators, it is our job to be responsive and dynamic in our efforts every day. Recognizing children’s developmental level and points of interest help us to make choices regarding materials. Section 44, Schedule G of the Community Care and Assisted Living Act – Child Care Licensing Regulation indicates that, not only is it important to remember these things, but it is mandatory for licensed programs to provide in this way. Follow the link below to read further and visit our lending library to see how we can help your program’s material offerings stand out! 

http://www.bclaws.ca/Recon/document/ID/freeside/332_2007#ScheduleG

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