Tshwaragano ka Bana (Working together for children) Early Childhood Development support to parents of young children
For parents and primary caregivers to support the early learning and development of children birth to 5 or 6 years at home through the use of daily routines, playful learning activities and other low-resource/low costs options, based on the National Curriculum Framework for Children birth to four years (NCF) and the National Parenting Programme (developed by Department of Social Development, Department of Basic Education and UNICEF South Africa).
#1: Plan your day with routines and special times
#2: Let’s look at circles and shapes that are round
#3: Have fun! Move and play today!
#4: Have fun! Learn about healthy habits
#5: Have fun! Learn about positions
#6: Healthy food is fun and helps us learn
#7: Learning about healthy habits is fun
#8: Fun with leaves
#9: Fun with counting
#10: Let’s play with shapes
Let’s play, learn and grow together – Series 1: Me! Little booklets developed to support parents and their young children with reading, pictures and ideas that focus on the early learning and development of children from birth to five.
These little booklets were developed by the Department of Basic Education and UNICEF to support parents and their young children with reading, pictures and ideas that
Every Child Deserves a Chance: Save the Children South Africa vision 2020 South Africa is a young nation, one in which more than 18 million