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Early Learning Guidelines 2.0

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ELG Introduction

  ELG 2.0: Purposeful Play with Infants and Toddlers A Companion Guide to Oklahoma Early Learning Guidelines for Infants, Toddlers and Twos Chapter One: Purposeful Play and ELGs Introduction Welcome…

ELG Activity 1

Activity 1: Video Clip of Intentional Teaching Using positive language and interacting with children are key teaching strategies to be purposeful when working with children. In this video, you will…

ELG Principles of Intentional Teaching

Principles of Intentional Teaching Purposeful play is not about caregivers saying that at a certain time of the day, “I will intentionally teach children something.” It is about being intentional…

ELG Activity 2

Activity 2: Using Neuroscience as a Guide In the scenario below, the caregiver effectively uses information from the windows and applies that information to her interactions with children. The caregiver…

ELG Purposeful Play Activities

Purposeful Play Activities and the ELGs Purposeful or intentional activities and experiences optimize children’s learning. Doing just one activity in each domain every day is infant and toddler curriculum. The…

ELG Activity 3

Activity 3: Match ELG to Developmental Domain Developmental Learning Domains Social Emotional Development Language Development Cognitive Development Physical & Motor Development   ELG Standards Approaches to Learning Standard One- The…

ELG Setting the Stage for Success

Setting the Stage for Success Various factors can impact children’s learning and play. Below are some tips and things to consider as you set the stage for purposeful play with…

ELG Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter Two: Young Infants (0 to 8 Months) Introduction Young infants are in a state of rapid development. Everything they touch, taste, feel and experience is new. As they unfold…

ELG Activity 5: Tummy Time Analysis

Activity 5: Tummy Time Analysis Watch the video clip of an infant engaging in tummy time with his caregiver. Then answer the following questions. Video clip from National Resource Center…

ELG Individual Lesson Plan for Infants

Individual Lesson Plan for Infants Many caregivers believe that the daily care of an infant, such as diapering and feeding, is all there is to day care or preschool. While…

ELG Chapter 4 Introduction

Chapter Four: Toddlers (16 to 36 months) Introduction Toddlers continue to experience the world around them through hands-on exploration. In addition, they are also exploring their independence and control over…

ELG Activities that Promote Language Development

Activities that Promote Language Development Language Learners Toddlerhood is a time for language explosion! During this stage sporadic words turn into understandable phrases which will turn into choppy sentences. Here…

ELG Activities that Promote Cognitive Development

Activities that Promote Cognitive Development The cognitive development domain focuses on children’s ability to acquire, organize, and use information in increasingly complex ways. In their search for understanding and meaning,…

ELG Activities that Promote Physical Motor Development

Activities that Promote Physical and Motor Development Fine-Tuning Skills Busy hands make discoveries and solve problems. Simple, everyday tasks like buttoning, snapping, zipping, turning door knobs or buckling seat belts…

ELG Lesson Planning for Toddlers

Wild about Water Splash, squish, plop and drop. Indoors or out, water play provides a full range of learning opportunities as children share space, experience cause and effect, and mirror…

ELG Chapter 5 Introduction & Outdoor Play

Chapter Five: More Things to Consider Remember the Outdoors Expand young children’s knowledge of the world by offering opportunities for children to use their senses outdoors. Not only do children…

ELG Outdoor Play (Continued)

Areas of Learning that Outdoor Play Supports Outdoor play enables young children to learn about their world. (e.g.., Can sticks stand up in sand? How do plants grow? Why do…

ELG Conclusion

The following areas should be included on the weekly plan for outdoor classroom: areas of play (should be integrated e.g., encourage writing in the construction area); learning potential; experiences/activities; role…