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Baby's playing together - 7th April 2021

Spontaneous: This morning I was engaging with Hunter and Elya. I offered them some colourful baby toys, teething toys and musical toys. Elya and Hunter looked at each other while playing along side. They also shared some smile at each other. Elya was exploring the musical toys while Hunter liked to play with a pressing turle toy. Then Elya went for the turtle toy and Hunter was happy to share with Elya. After a while Aarvi came and sat with Elya and Hunter. She looked at Hunter and Elya with a smile on her play. Then she started to play with a baby toy. The babies had good time playing together getting positive encouragement from me. The babies played together and communicating through non-verbal cues and signals.

Link to Pedagogical Documentation

EYLF Outcomes

Outcomes: 1: Children have a strong sense of identity Elements: 1.4 Children learn to interact in relation to others with care, empathy and respect. The babies confidently engaged in and contributed to shared play experiences. they also showed interest in other children and being part of a group.


This learning experience can be linked to Bowlby's theories. He believes that children who have strong positive attachments to familiar caregivers use them as a safe base which to explore the environments.


Critical Reflection: I acknowledged and responded sensitively to children's cues and signals. I also supported children's secure attachment through consistent and warm nurturing relationships. Follow Up: Simple Munch and Move activities for babies.

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